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

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This special gallery exhibit presents the artist Eleanor Roosevelt described as “a one-man army” against the Axis of Evil.

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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

International Holocaust Remembrance Day

Sunday, Jan. 25, 3:00 p.m. at the Dallas Holocaust Museum. Please join in observing International Holocaust Remembrance Day, which was established in 2005 by the United Nations to commemorate the liberation of Auschwitz. Among the speakers will be Bishop Deshotel and Rabbi Steve Fisch, who will…

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The Silence of Charlie Hebdo

The Dallas Holocaust Museum/Center for Education and Tolerance abhors the silencing of these voices and offers its sincere condolences to the families and colleagues of the victims of this tragedy. Political cartooning has been an important vehicle for criticizing authority, shaping and reflecting…

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Drawn to Action:The Life and Work of Arthur Szyk, A New Special Exhibit

Who is Arthur Szyk? When Hitler invaded Poland, caricaturist and activist Arthur Szyk was drawn to action. His pen became a weapon against hatred and injustice. Szyk was a proud Polish-Jew, and later, also a proud American. He was an incredibly talented artist who could create finely detailed and…

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