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New Survey by Claims Conference Finds Significant Lack of Holocaust Knowledge in the United States, Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany, Inc., April 2018
Video of Mary Pat Higgins, Museum President and CEO, Interviewed on WFAA Channel 8's Good Morning Texas, March 2, 2018
Video of entire event for Upstander Speakers Series talk on Sex Trafficking in North Texas
Video of entire Panel Discussion on African American Experiences in Dallas During WWII
Video: New Museum Video - Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum with opening comments by Mayor Rawlings.
Video of Groundbreaking 10.10.17
Video of Opening Night speakers for Fighting for the Right to Fight: African American Experiences During WWII
Video and Information about the City-Wide Read and Performance
*The Dallas Holocaust Museum has issued this statement on March, 20, 2018 regarding the murder of a Holocaust survivor in France.
Friday, March 30, 2018
The Dallas Holocaust Museum/Center for Education and Tolerance is outraged by the murder of Mireille Knoll and calls upon French and European authorities to step up their efforts to fight the revival of violent antisemitic attacks.
On March 23, 2018, Knoll was found murdered in her Paris apartment. An 85-year-old Holocaust survivor suffering from Parkinson’s disease, she had been stabbed to death by a neighbor who then set her apartment on fire. Her murder is the latest in a string of similar incidents including the April 2017 murder of Sarah Halimi, a 66-year-old Jewish doctor and teacher beaten and thrown to her death from her apartment window. The difference is that this time French authorities recognized the crime as antisemitic and French people marched to protest Knoll’s murder.
*The statement was released on January 20th, 2018 as a joint statement from a small group of Holocaust Museums in the United States.
PROPOSED POLISH LAW MAKES MENTION OF POLISH COMPLICITY DURING THE HOLOCAUST A CRIMINAL OFFENSE AND ALARMS HOLOCAUST MUSEUMS NATIONALLY Tuesday, January 30, 2018
Polish lawmakers voted Friday for a bill that would fine or jail people who speak of Polish collaboration or responsibility for atrocities committed on Polish soil during World War II. The law still needs final approval from the Polish Senate and the country’s president.
Illinois Holocaust Museum & Education Center, Dallas Holocaust Museum/Center for Education & Tolerance, Florida Holocaust Museum and Holocaust Museum Houston, are deeply alarmed by the proposed Polish law which makes it a criminal offense to mention Polish complicity in crimes committed during the Holocaust.
The term “Polish death camps,” also outlawed in the legislation, is, in fact, a historical misrepresentation – the death camps were established in Nazi-occupied Poland by the Nazi regime.
• West End District Progress 2018
• Three Generations of volunteering, leadership - June 15, 2017 - Texas Jewish Post
• Editorial by Mary Pat Higgins in the TJP, July 20, 2017
• Channel 11 Coverage of Groundbreaking, Oct. 10, 2017
Manzanar Press Release Place Holder
• Caruth Foundation Grants $2 Million Gift to Help Build the Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum
• Dallas Holocaust Museum Elects 11 New Board Members, Recognizes Additional Five as Lifetime Directors
• Dallas Holocaust Museum to Commemorate Holocaust Remembrance Day at Temple Emanu-El
• Dallas Holocaust Museum to Sponsor Opening Night of Acclaimed Off-Broadway Play Wiesenthal
• World War II Hollywood Directors Focus of New Dallas Holocaust Museum Special Exhibit
• Cardinal Kevin J. Farrell to Receive Inaugural Upstander Award Named in His Honor from the Dallas Holocaust Museum
• Dallas Holocaust Museum to Honor Philanthropist and Advocate for Human Rights, Nate Levine at Hope for Humanity Dinner
• Dallas Holocaust Museum Presents Rebirth after the Holocaust
• Big D Reads Selects Anne Frank’s Diary of a Young Girl as the 2016 Title for Middle Students
• Dallas Holocaust Museum Upstander Speakers to Address Human Rights Initiatives, Abuses
• Dallas Holocaust Museum Announces Seven New Board Appointees
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Standing ovation following Upstander speaker George Takei on February 2, 2017 at McFarlin Auditorium
Audience arriving for George Takei talk at McFarlin Auditorium
Anne Frank exhibit Jan. 9 through May 31, 2016
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