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Our mission is to teach the history of the Holocaust and advance human rights to combat prejudice, hatred, and indifference.

Who To Contact

For media or press inquiries only, please contact Jessica Whitt Garner or Caitlin Burke.
For non-press related inquiries, please use our general contact page.

Jessica Whitt Garner

Chief Advancement and External Affairs Officer

469-399-5205
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Caitlin Burke

Communications Manager

469-399-5214
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Public Statements View Allchevron_right

Statement on Attacks Against Asian American and Pacific Islander Communities in North Texas

August 27, 2022

The Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum is deeply saddened by the hateful attack on a group of women of South Asian descent in Plano, Texas.

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Statement on Access to Books in Schools

August 19, 2022

The Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum is disappointed by the decision of the Board of Trustees of Keller ISD to remove, pending further review, 41 books that were challenged by at least one parent last year, including an illustrated adaptation of Anne Frank’s The Diary of a Young Girl, the Bible, and books addressing racism and LGBTQ+ themes.

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Statement on Attack Targeting Black Neighborhood in Buffalo, New York

May 16, 2022

The Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum is devastated by the horrific targeting of a Black neighborhood in Buffalo, New York, the senseless murder of 10 people, and the physical and emotional wounding of so many more.

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Statement on Russia's Invasion of Ukraine

March 11, 2022

We condemn Russian President Vladimir Putin’s assault on Ukraine in a war of deliberate and overt aggression. We stand with the Ukrainian people and applaud their bravery in the face of chaos and the destruction of their country.

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Texas Instruments Foundation Awards $300,000 Grant to Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum to Fulfill Its Mission for Years to Come

August 17, 2022

The Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum is pleased to announce a $300,000 grant from the Texas Instruments (TI) Foundation has been awarded to the Museum that will provide crucial operating support in the coming years. The three-year grant will ensure the Museum is able to fulfill its mission to teach the history of the Holocaust and advance human rights to combat prejudice, hatred, and indifference.

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Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum Opens Special Exhibition on the Recovered Diary of Rywka Lipszyc, a 14-Year-Old Girl Who Experienced Life in the Łódź Ghetto and Auschwitz-Birkenau Death Camp

July 6, 2022

The Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum is pleased to announce a new exhibition, “The Girl in the Diary: Searching for Rywka from the Łódź Ghetto,” honoring the life of Rywka Lipszyc, a teenage Polish victim of the Holocaust who documented her life in the Łódź Ghetto between October 1943 and April 1944.

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Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum Mourns the Loss of Max Glauben, Holocaust Survivor and Museum Co-Founder, and Celebrates His Legacy as an Upstander

April 28, 2022

The Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum (Museum) mourns the passing this morning of Holocaust Survivor, passionate advocate, cherished friend, and co-founder and lifetime Museum director Max Glauben. After enduring the worst of humanity, Max dedicated his life to sharing his journey, honoring his family’s memory, and delivering his message to never give up.

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Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum Adds Eight New Survivors to Dimensions in Testimony℠ Theater Experience

March 8, 2022

The Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum (Museum) added eight new Holocaust Survivor speakers to its Dimensions in Testimony℠ Theater, bringing the total number of featured speakers to twelve. The experience is developed by the USC Shoah Foundation, who films each speaker as they answer more than 1,000 questions about their World War II experiences and post-war lives to produce holographic imagery that interacts with a live audience. Using high-definition recording and voice activation, this specialized theater allows visitors to sit across from a Holocaust Survivor and ask them questions about their life and survival.

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Recent News View Allchevron_right

Xinhua English News mentions the Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum in an article on comfort women

August 17, 2022

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CW33 lists the Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum as one of the best nonprofits to volunteer at in Dallas

August 17, 2022

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NBC DFW features an article on Texas Instruments Foundation’s $300,000 grant to the Museum

August 17, 2022

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An article in News is Out includes an event at the Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum for Archives for ALL, Y’all!

August 16, 2022

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