The Core Exhibit explores one day—April 19, 1943—during the Holocaust
when three important events occurred.

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In the 1990s, with the collapse of Communism, Yugoslavia began to break apart as ethnic and religious groups sought to create their own states. War broke out in Sarajevo, a city that exemplified a multi-ethnic culture and identity. This exhibit tells the story of the humanitarian organization that provided critical relief to all at the height of the conflict.

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An Upstander does what they think is right, even if they are alone.
An Upstander is not a bystander.

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Upcoming Events

Experience the Holocaust through the words of those who lived it. Holocaust survivors are often available to share their stories to Museum visitor groups.

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Half of the visitors to the Dallas Holocaust Museum are students who are forming ideas about how they value themselves and others.Your membership supports student's visits.

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News & Updates

Opening Reception of New Special Gallery Exhibit, Oct. 6

Rebirth after the Holocaust: Bergen-Belsen Displaced Persons Camp, 1945-1950, available for viewing from October 6 to December 31, 2016.The exhibit depicts an inspiring and untold chapter in Jewish history. It is the story of Jewish survivors liberated from Bergen-Belsen, who emerged from the…

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Hope for Humanity Dinner Oct. 26

The Hope for Humanity dinner, honoring Nate Levine, is the primary annual fundraising event of the Dallas Holocaust Museum/Center for Education and Tolerance. Proceeds from the dinner fund the Museum’s exhibits, student programs, educator conferences and other programs. Wednesday, October 26,…

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Holiday Closure

Happy Holiday. The Museum will be closed for Rosh Hashanah on October 3rd and 4th, 2016. We wish you and your family the very best. The Museum will reopen on Wednesday, October 5th.

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