Just for Students
 

Holocaust Museum Houston offers a variety of resources to help students learn about the Holocaust.
Use our Web site to listen to Holocaust survivor testimonies, study research topics and find quick answers to common questions.

You and your school can help the Museum complete a breath-taking exhibition scheduled for 2013 by participating in the Museum's Butterfly Project.  Click the link below for details.

 

Research the
Holocaust and Other Genocides

Be An
Upstander,
Not a Bystander

Introducing the Yom HaShoah Scholarship for Graduating Seniors

Library Research

 

Triangle

 

Yom HaShoah

 
 

Want to know more about the Holocaust and other genocides? Although the subject matter can be difficult, the Holocaust and other genocides are important topics to research. Click here for suggested resources to help you with your research goals.

 

An "upstander" is someone who takes action on behalf of others. A "bystander" is someone who takes no action and remains outside of a situation. Take time to consider how you can act to improve our world. You can help us Stop Hate. Starting Here.

 

Holocaust Museum Houston is pleased to introduce a new scholarship for  seniors that honors the memory of those who perished during the Holocaust. The scholarship is being presented as a part of the Museum’s work to develop a citywide commemoration of Yom HaShoah for victims of the Holocaust.

 
 

Recommend "All Behaviors Count" for Your School

Research Topics at the
U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum

Hear Survivor Stories
on "Testimonies from
the Holocaust"

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USHMM

Testimonies from the Holocaust

Are taunting, exclusion, ganging up, rumoring and bullying issues at your school? Learn how you can respond to these behaviors of social cruelty through this program. Suggest “All Behaviors Count” to your teachers or club sponsors as a program you wish to occur at your school.
The U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, D.C., offers numerous topics for student research along with helpful resources on its Web site. Visit this site for information on the events of the Holocaust, antisemitism, Jewish life in Europe before the Holocaust and the Nazi rise to power.
 

Check out "Testimonies from the Holocaust," our database of videotaped testimonies dedicated to preserving the history of the Holocaust, our Houston-area Holocaust survivors and of Holocaust Museum Houston through oral interviews and historical documentation. The system concentrates on rare testimonials from Houston-area Holocaust survivors.
  
 
If You Believe
 
If you believe…
That a systematic destruction of a people should never happen…

If you believe…
That too many of our children are immersed in a culture of violence and intolerance…

If you believe…
That education is unique in its ability to transform ignorance into respect for those who are different…

If you believe…
That prejudice and hatred can be overcome…

If you believe…then act!
Become a member of Holocaust Museum Houston.

Tours
 
Docent-led tours can be scheduled for schools and groups of 10 or more. Tours are available in Spanish, English and French. To arrange a docent-led tour, please call Visitor Services at 713-942-8000, ext. 302 or submit the form below.

Guided tours are available for all visitors on Saturday and Sunday. Weekend tours run at 12:30 p.m., 1:30 p.m., 2:30 p.m. and 3:30 p.m.

 
Holocaust Museum Houston Morgan Family Center, 5401 Caroline St., Houston, TX 77004-6804, Tel: 713-942-8000, E-mail: info@hmh.org Powered by Nodus Solutions