Explore all the educational tools and activities to prepare your families to visit the Museum.
TEN STAGES OF GENOCIDE GRAPHIC NOVELS
Explore Dr. Gregory Stanton’s Ten Stages of Genocide through graphic novels specifically created to align with the Museum’s Ten Stages of Genocide gallery. The graphic novels depict each stage through the lens of a different genocide.
Join the Education Staff of the Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum for a day of learning for homeschool students! Activities include a tour of the Museum’s permanent exhibition, a Dimensions in Testimony℠ experience, and an interactive classroom program. Questions? Contact our Education Team at email@example.com.
Upcoming Homeschool Days:
Tickets are $10 and must be purchased before the event. They are required to be admitted.
EVERY CHILD HAS A NAME LEGACY PROJECT
1.5 million children were murdered during the Holocaust. The Every Child Has A Name Legacy Project will remember these children through research and creative thought.
Who? Grades 6-12
Submission Deadline: Yom Hashoah - May 5, 2024
Join the Museum as we commemorate the 1.5 million children murdered during the Holocaust. Projects may include but are not limited to: visual or performing arts, a work of literature such as a poem, creative narrative, essay, or others works of art inspired by your selected child. For more information on guidelines and how to submit your project, click here.
Girl Scout Tours and Programs
Any Girl Scout group can book an in-person or virtual visit at the Museum.
DALLAS CITY OF LEARNING
The Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum has partnered with Dallas City of Learning for virtual programming. Browse programs below!