Jewish Museum Milwaukee, located at 1360 N. Prospect Avenue, will open an exhibit entitled Exclusionary Measures: Mount Sinai Hospital and Brynwood Country Club on August 19, 2012. The exhibit, which will run through November 30, 2012, was curated in-house by Jewish Museum Milwaukee staff, using materials loaned by Aurora Health Care, University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee and members of Milwaukee's Jewish community as well as from the Museum archives. During the Great Migration from 1881-1924, approximately 2.5 million Eastern European Jews arrived in the US; many encountered anti-Semitism which affected employment, housing, education and recreation. Jews nationwide responded by creating their own institutions, social outlets and hospitals. In Milwaukee, the Jewish community established Brynwood Country Club and Mount Sinai Hospital (now Aurora Sinai Medical Center). This exhibit explores the legacy of these responses to exclusion from mainstream social and health care organizations. Exclusionary Measures was made possible with support from Aurora Sinai Medical Center, Wisconsin Humanities Council, Bob and Mimi Habush, Woman's Club of Wisconsin, Sally Waters Exhibit Fund and Penny and Jim Deshur. In addition to an exhibit opening event on Sunday, August 19, at 12 noon, Jewish Museum Milwaukee will offer special programs in connection with this exhibit (all events held at Jewish Museum Milwaukee) Visit www.jewishmuseummilwaukee.org for information and special exhibit programming. 1360 N. Prospect Avenue. Monday through Thursday, 10-4; Friday, 10-2; Sunday, 12 – 4; closed Saturdays. (414) 390-5730.