Photo Courtesy of the Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum
The George W. Bush Presidential Center is sponsoring the Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum’s event, History Highlights: Legalizing the Holocaust.
The event, hosted over Zoom on July 14 at 7pm, is part of the History Highlights series. The series features talks on human rights and Holocaust topics.
This talk is hosted by Director of Education Dr. Charlotte Decoster, and according to the website, it is specifically on the topic of “how Nazi Germany used the rule of law to commit mass murder during the Holocaust.” It is free to the public and is recommended for high school students and adults.
We’re partnering with the @dhhrm_org for their next History Highlights program on the legalization of the Holocaust. The conversation will take place at 7:00 p.m. on July 14 on Zoom.— George W. Bush Presidential Center (@TheBushCenter) July 6, 2020
Learn more about the event and to register to attend: https://t.co/tCMkoZxdsN
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The event is co-sponsored by the Ackerman Center for Holocaust Studies, the Dallas Jewish Historical Society, the Legacy Senior Communities, the SMU Human Rights Program and the Texas Holocaust and Genocide Commission.
The event is on Zoom at 7pm on July 14 and is free to the public. Register for tickets here.
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