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Holocaust Museum Houston Announces $49.4 Million Capital Campaign 
Expansion Plans to Double Size of Facility
 
—Lester and Sue Smith Name Museum Campus with $15 Million Grant, 
Largest Donation in the History of the Museum

  



DELIMAVENS UNITE TO SUPPORT HMH 
August 1-31, 2017
It’s August and time to eat-up and support Holocaust Museum Houston (HMH)!
During National New York Delicatessen Month, August 1-31, both Kenny & Ziggy’s New York Delicatessen & Restaurant locations are offering a multi-choice, three-course menu during lunch and dinner for $37, plus tax and gratuity, with 10 percent of each meal sold going to HMH to fund the museum’s education programs. Kenny & Ziggy’s New York Delicatessen Restaurants are located at 2327 Post Oak Boulevard and 5172 Buffalo Speedway.  For more information, visit www.kennyandziggys.com.

EFFECTIVE MONDAY, JULY 24, 2017, HMH IS CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC. THE MUSEUM WILL REOPEN AT 9220 KIRBY DR., SUITE 100, IN SEPTEMBER – DATE TO BE DETERMINED.

THANK YOU FOR YOUR PATIENCE WHILE WE MOVE FOR CONSTRUCTION OF A NEW AND EXPANDED MUSEUM, SCHEDULED TO OPEN IN SPRING 2019.


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WHERE WE STAND:

As an institution of memory and education, Holocaust Museum Houston takes our responsibility to be a moral leader seriously. We take the words of Elie Wiesel to heart: “I swore never to be silent whenever and wherever human beings endure suffering and humiliation.”

Grounded in historical facts, we teach the dangers of hatred, prejudice, and apathy. The history of the Holocaust demonstrates that unchecked bigotry and intolerance lead to persecution and violence. We stand in solidarity with all vulnerable groups, and offer a space to learn and understand the role of a citizen in our global community.
NUESTRA POSICIÓN:

Como institución de memoria y educación, el Museo Holocausto de Houston toma nuestra responsabilidad de ser un líder moral seriamente. Tomamos las palabras de Elie Wiesel al corazón: " Yo juré nunca quedarme callado cuando y donde los seres humanos pasen sufrimiento y la humillación."

Utilizando los hechos históricos como la base, enseñamos los peligros del odio, los prejuicios, y la apatía. La historia del Holocausto demuestra que la intolerancia y la intolerancia sin oposición conduce la persecución y la violencia. Estamos en solidaridad con todos los grupos vulnerables y ofrecemos un espacio para aprender y comprender la parte que nosotros tenemos como ciudadanos en nuestra comunidad global.
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