Community Gathering

Human Rights Expo presented by Perry Homes Foundation

Holocaust Museum Houston is hosting a Human Rights Expo presented by Perry Homes Foundation to celebrate the opening of the exhibition, Mandela: Struggle for Freedom.  Enjoy free admission to the Museum, register to vote, and learn more about local organizations that are working to protect human rights and serve our community. 

Advance registration is not required to attend this event. However, if you intend to visit the newly opened exhibition, Mandela: Struggle for Freedom, you will need to reserve a timeslot in advance.

Participating Organizations

  • Second Servings redirects unserved and unsold food from retailers, sports venues, distributors, hotels, etc., to the people who really need it at shelters, soup kitchens, low-income housing and many other charities.
  • Hong Kong Dossier is a group of Houstonians who care deeply about Hong Kong and its struggles towards freedom and democracy. 
  • Finca Tres Robles Urban Farm sustainably grows herbs, fruits, and vegetables to be sold directly to individual and families in the Houston area.
  • The Texas Organizing Project organizes Black and Latino communities in Dallas, Harris, and Bexar counties with the goal of transforming Texas into a state where working people of color have the power and representation they deserve.
  • Interfaith Ministries for Greater Houston brings people of diverse faith traditions together for dialogue, collaboration, and service, as a demonstration of our shared beliefs.
  • The Montrose Center empowers our community—primarily lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) individuals and their families—to live healthier, more fulfilling lives.
  •  United Against Human Trafficking is on a mission to end human trafficking through educating the community, preventing exploitation, and empowering survivors.
  • Texas Environmental Justice Advocacy Services promotes environmental protection through education, policy ​development, community awareness, and legal action.

New HMH protocols require all staff and guests above age 10 to wear a face mask upon entry and to practice social distancing. For those without a mask, one will be provided. Sanitizer stations are located by bathroom entrances, at the admissions desk, Museum store and café. For the safety of our patrons, HMH will provide a personal stylus and/or gloves or a finger glove to ensure participation without direct touch of the Museums’ interactive exhibit elements. 

Holocaust Museum Houston
September 26, 2020
10:00 am — 5:00 pm
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