Museum Statement About the Never Again Education Act

At a time when there is so much uncertainty and reason for despair, we are heartened by and thankful for the passage of the Never Again Education Act, which President Trump signed into law on May 29, 2020.

The Holocaust, perpetrated by the Nazis and their collaborators, was responsible for the murder of 6 million Jews, as well as the destruction of many other lives and communities, all under the guise of “improving” the world and “purifying” the races. The Never Again Education Act, passed through bipartisan efforts, recognizes the tremendous importance of ongoing Holocaust education in a period when antisemitism is again rising around the world and at home.

The Never Again Education Act affirms the importance of teaching the history of the Holocaust as this raises awareness and understanding of this horrendous event, serves to advance genocide prevention, and warns students of the terrible dangers of hatred and bigotry directed toward any group.

While the funding through the Act will go exclusively to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, we are grateful for the Government’s efforts to ensure that the history of the Holocaust is taught to our youth, who are tomorrow’s leaders. This is our mission, and we will continue to work tirelessly to provide Holocaust education to students across North and East Texas and the surrounding states.

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