Programs & Events
View our June - August 2020 virtual program guide!
Civil Discourse Series
The Civil Discourse Series presents multiple sides of a thought-provoking topic through respectful discussion. For each event, the Museum will convene a panel of subject matter experts to represent their unique perspectives on an issue related to human and civil rights.
iRead Book Club
Led by Dr. Charlotte Decoster, Director of Education, the iRead Book Club reads books that move us and explore key literary and history points. Open to Museum Members and volunteers.
Lunch & Learn Series
The Museum’s Lunch & Learn Series features quarterly programs on Holocaust history and human rights topics.
Survivor Speaker Series
Join us to hear the testimonies of Holocaust Survivors, Refugees, and Hidden Children, as well as Second Generation Survivors and Survivors of modern-day genocides. Included in cost of Museum admission. Seating is first-come, first-served.
Funk Family Upstander Speaker Series
The Funk Family Upstander Speaker Series was created to showcase individuals and organizations who stand up for human rights on a local, national, or global level. Named in loving memory of Blanch & Max Goldberg | Fannie & Issac Funk.
Hope for Humanity
Each year, the Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum honors local Holocaust Survivors and pays tribute to an Upstander whose actions personify the Museum’s mission to teach the history of the Holocaust and advance human rights to combat prejudice, hatred, and indifference.
This is a fundraiser event benefiting the Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. Your contribution is tax-deductible less the value of goods and services received. All purchases are non-refundable. Proceeds from this evening will support the Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum’s annual operating budget, including its year-round educational and community outreach initiatives.
The Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum observes Yom HaShoah with a commemorative event each year to remember the six million Jews murdered in the Holocaust, and honor the Survivors, Refugees, Kindertransportees, and Hidden Children who share their stories and memories with us.