Janet Montealvo Hitt
 
2021 Hope for Humanity
Join the Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum on Tuesday, November 16 th when we honor our Survivors – Upstanders of yesterday, today, and forever. We are...
Movie Monday Film Discussion: Crip Camp: A Disabil
Join the Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museuem for a discussion of Crip Camp . I n the early 1970s, teenagers with disabilities faced a future shaped by...
History Highlights: Remembering Kristallnacht
On November 9 and 10, 1938, Nazi leaders executed a campaign of violence and destruction on Jews in Germany, Austria, and Czechoslovakia. Though Jews were...
Secrets of the Great Synagogue of Vilna: The Rest
The Great Synagogue of Vilna, Lithuania contained one of the world’s great Jewish libraries, the Strashun Library. The contents of the Strashun Library were a...
Can We Talk? Rules of Engagement for Civil Discour
Free. Online through Zoom. Join the Dallas Bar Association , the Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum , and Project Unity for a discussion of how we...
Women in Genocide
The facts of modern genocides have been well-documented, but how do women experience genocide differently than men? From the types of violence inflicted upon...
Preserving Family Memories Workshop
Whether in the attic or in boxes under the bed, most of us have family heirlooms, photographs, letters, and artifacts that are important to us. Preserving these...
iRead Book Club: The Book Smugglers
Join the Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum for a book discussion led by Museum historians and educators. This session, we will discuss The Book...
Civil Discourse Series: U.S. Immigration Policy
In the United States, immigration policy is top of mind for every administration, regardless of political party, and many citizens. Join the Dallas Holocaust...
Homeschool Day
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...
History Highlights: The Power of Voice
The United States was founded on a lofty ideal: all men are created equal. But because the reality often did not match the ideal, many groups had to fight for...
Funk Family Upstander Speaker Series: Eli Rosenbau
Eli Rosenbaum is the longest-serving prosecutor and investigator of Nazi criminals and other perpetrators of human rights violations in world history. Under his...
Homeschool Day
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...
Movie Monday Film Discussion: Operation Finale
Join the Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum for a discussion of Operation Finale . We encourage participants to watch the film on their own before...
Lunch & Learn: The Rise and Fall of Dallas’ Little
In the middle of the 20th century, the Little Mexico neighborhood in what is now Uptown Dallas was thriving. Bolstered by the social displacement created by the...
Arlington Calendar     Sep 9 @ 1:00 pm
Robbing the Jews: Nazi Confiscation of Property in
Before and during World War II, the Nazis engaged in an organized program of looting Jewish cultural objects, often using forced Jewish labor to catalog the...
Tainted Games: Berlin Olympics of 1936
Ideas and practices rooted in racial prejudice have been part of the modern Olympic Games since their inception in the late 19th century, but never more...
Arlington Calendar     Aug 24 @ 8:00 pm
iRead Book Club: The House on Mango Street
Join the Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum for a virtual book discussion led by Museum historians and educators. This session, we will discuss The House...
Arlington Calendar     Aug 9 @ 2:00 pm
Crucial Conversations: Combating Antisemitism
In the final session of this series, the Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum will discuss concrete strategies to combat antisemitism. Building on the...
Arlington Calendar     Aug 5 @ 8:00 pm
Summer Survivor Speaker Series – Max Glauben
Max Glauben was born in Warsaw, Poland in 1928. Soon after the Nazis invaded, Max and his family were confined to the Warsaw Ghetto. In 1943, they were deported...
Arlington Calendar     Aug 3 @ 2:00 pm
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