Educational Tool Kits
Resources about the Israel-Hamas War and Addressing Antisemitism
In light of recent global events, the Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum has worked to create fact-based educational resources to provide historical context for the Israel-Hamas War and strategies for addressing antisemitism. These resources are available at no cost for teachers through our Upstander Education Database. We have also compiled a version of these materials for the public that can be accessed here.
Tool Kit for Confronting Antisemitism
With antisemitism on the rise, the Museum offers the tools and means to help people better understand antisemitism, its history, and its impact today.
Tool Kit for Challenging Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Hatred
At the Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museuem, we are committed to teaching the history of the Holocaust and advancing human rights to combat prejudice, hatred, and indifference. The principal way we fulfill this commitment is through education. We offer a diverse group of programs that engage with the history we focus on in our permanent exhibition. With hatred against Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (AAPI) on the rise, we must offer the tools and means to help people better understand AAPI identities, history, and the impact of hatred against AAPI communities today.
Tool Kit for Disrupting Racism
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