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

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Two photographers imprisoned in the Lodz Ghetto, took thousands of private photos of Jewish life and conditions.
These photos ensured that the world would know of life in the ghetto-as captured on film by sympathetic observers.

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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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News & Updates

SPECIAL GALLERY EXHIBIT, FACES OF THE GHETTO IS OPEN NOW

The Faces of the Ghetto: Their Lives Are Our Lessons. Within months of the Nazi invasion of Poland in 1939, the Germans established a ghetto in the city of Łódź and forced more than 160,000 Jews to move there. The Łódź Ghetto was overcrowded and unsanitary. Starvation quickly set in as…

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Archives: What We're Looking For

The Dallas Holocaust Museum/Center for Education and Tolerance has commenced the planning process for a greatly expanded permanent exhibit, to be part of a future, new home for the Museum. We want our exhibit to reflect the experiences of Holocaust survivors, refugees, hidden children, and…

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HUMAN RIGHTS PANEL DISCUSSION

The Annual Holocaust and Human Rights Educator Conference will take place on August 4th and 5th. On the evening of the 4th the Museum will host a Human Rights Panel discussion introducing survivors of genocides and other human rights atrocities. The panel discussion is open to the public. Join us…

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