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Human Rights (And Wrongs)

The virtual museum experience is something we’re all getting accustomed to these days and tomorrow, there’s one we think you’ll like.

If you haven’t yet been to the new location for the Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum, now’s a chance to tour one of its exhibits from home.

The Texas Upstanders exhibit showcases a group of people who fought for African Americans’ Rights, American Indians’ Rights, Asian Americans’ Rights, Children’s Rights, Criminal Justice, Disability Rights, Hispanic Rights, Immigrant Rights, LGBTQ Rights, Slavery and Human Trafficking, Religious Rights and Women’s Rights.

Register online and you’ll be able to join a virtual lecture by one of the museum’s historians and gain more insight into Texas Upstanders who are part of the museum’s Pivot to America gallery.

The virtual event takes place on Zoom and registered guests will receive a link to join via e-mail 30 minutes prior to the program start time.

You’ll definitely learn a lot more than that Zoom call you just had with your hairstylist. Promise.

A Virtual Look into the Museum: Texas Upstanders
Tuesday, April 28
11:00 a.m. to noon
Space Limited. Register here.
Full details at facebook.com

Photo via Dallas Holocaust & Human Rights Museum Facebook page