About the Museum
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 Shelby Gadol.
For non-press related inquiries, please use our general contact page.
Public Statements View Allchevron_right
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.
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.
Statement in Response to Amnesty International UK Report
February 2, 2022
The Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum strongly condemns a report issued by Amnesty International UK on February 1
Statement on Colleyville Synagogue Attack
January 16, 2022
Yesterday morning, a gunman entered Congregation Beth Israel in Colleyville, Texas during Shabbat services, taking four hostages including Rabbi Charlie Cytron-Walker, and sparking a tense ten-hour standoff.
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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.
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.
Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum Opens Special Exhibition about the Japanese American World War II Experience
January 21, 2022
The Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum will open the new special exhibition Courage and Compassion: The Japanese American World War II Experience on January 20, 2022.
Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum Becomes First in Dallas to Join Museums for All, Announces Access Program for Low-Income Families
September 29, 2021
Today, the Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum announced that it has joined Museums for All, a signature access program of the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS), administered by the Association of Children’s Museums (ACM), to encourage people of all backgrounds to visit museums regularly and build lifelong museum-going habits. Museums for All is part of the Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum’s broad commitment to seek, include, and welcome all audiences.
Recent News View Allchevron_right
The Dallas Morning News lists the Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum as an arts and culture organizations closed due to inclement weather
February 3, 2022
CultureMap Dallas includes the Museum’s program on planning the Wannsee Conference in it’s online calendar
February 1, 2022
Dallas Doing Good lists the Museum’s iRead Book Club of Into the Forest in the events section of its website
February 1, 2022
Dallas Doing Good lists the Museum’s special exhibition program, Human Rights Past & Present: 80 Years Since Japanese American Internment, in the events section of its website
February 1, 2022