Community Partners

We strive to forge bonds with non-profits interested in building a future without hate and intolerance.

The Museum is dedicated to teaching the history of the Holocaust and advancing human rights to combat prejudice, hatred, and indifference. Through our community partnerships, we strive to share resources with non-profits with related missions.

Community partners support the Museum by promoting select Museum events to help increase awareness and visibility. In return, the Museum recognizes Community Partners in all event-related materials.

Interested in becoming a community partner? Contact Annie Black, Director of Programs & Volunteers, at [email protected].

Interested in becoming a Business Partner of the Museum or an event sponsor? Contact Elizabeth Adams, Corporate Giving Officer, at [email protected].

2018 Community Partners

African American Museum
Bishop Arts Theatre Center
The Bridge
Claude R. Platte DFW Chapter of the Tuskegee Airmen
Catholic Diocese of Dallas
CHAI Dallas
City of Dallas
Communities Foundation of Texas
Crow Collection of Asian Art
Dallas Area Interfaith/SkillQUEST
Dallas Civil Rights Museum
Dallas County Community College District
Dallas Film Society & Dallas International Film Festival
Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture
Dallas Japanese Association
Dallas VideoFest
Eastfield College History Department
Holy Cross Catholic Church
Interfaith Family Services
Japan-America Society of Dallas/Fort Worth
Jewish Community Center of Dallas
Jewish Family Service
Jewish Film Festival of Dallas
Paul Quinn College
Plano AsiaFest
Refugee Services of Texas
SMU Embrey Human Rights Program
St. Philip’s School and Community Center
Texas Center for African American Studies at the University of Texas at Arlington
Texas Woman’s University
Three Stars Jewish Cinema
Unity of Dallas
University of Dallas
University of North Texas
Veterans Resource Center
Vogel Alcove
West End Association

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