Arnold Schwarzenegger Honored By Holocaust Museum For Fighting Hate: ‘It’s Important’ To Speak Out

Arnold Schwarzenegger was honored by Holocaust Museum LA, the oldest Holocaust museum in the United States, with the inaugural Award of Courage for his longtime work as an advocate against antisemitism and hate. On the red carpet outside of the event, Arnold told press his reaction to getting “an award for my heart.” “Every human being has the same value. I come from a country that had a terrible history with the Nazis and the second World War and exterminations and killings and hate … So it’s very important to me to speak out about this issue,” he shared in part.