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SPECIAL GALLERY EXHIBIT, FACES OF THE GHETTO IS OPEN NOW

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 conditions became unbearable. The Łódź Ghetto’s Jewish Council hired Mendel Grossman and Henryk Ross, Jewish photographers and inhabitants of the ghetto themselves, to take clandestine photos of Jews…
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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 liberators in North Texas. Thus, we would like to invite you to join us in launching our artifact campaign before the exhibit is fully designed. Of particular interest are documents, photos, artifacts,…
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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 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. There is no charge to attend.