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The Holocaust Museum Houston and the Japanese American Citizens League Houston Chapter will hold a night of discussion featuring a diverse panel of leaders from the Houston community. Drawing on shared history, the panel remembers human rights abuses - abroad and in America - and stands as a testimony to the dangers of hatred, bigotry, and apathy.

The event will include a discussion about the challenges and opportunities facing our community, now and in the future. As the most diverse city in the country, Houston has the unique opportunity to be a leader in inclusion, respect, and empathy. Light refreshments will be served. 

The Holocaust Museum Houston and the Japanese American Citizens League Houston Chapter will hold a night of discussion featuring a diverse panel of leaders from the Houston community. Drawing on shared history, the panel remembers human rights abuses - abroad and in America - and stands as a testimony to the dangers of hatred, bigotry, and apathy.

The event will include a discussion about the challenges and opportunities facing our community, now and in the future. As the most diverse city in the country, Houston has the unique opportunity to be a leader in inclusion, respect, and empathy. Light refreshments will be served.

The Holocaust Museum Houston and the Japanese American Citizens League Houston Chapter will hold a night of discussion featuring a diverse panel of leaders from the Houston community. Drawing on shared history, the panel remembers human rights abuses - abroad and in America - and stands as a testimony to the dangers of hatred, bigotry, and apathy.

The event will include a discussion about the challenges and opportunities facing our community, now and in the future. As the most diverse city in the country, Houston has the unique opportunity to be a leader in inclusion, respect, and empathy. Light refreshments will be served.

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Holocaust Museum Houston
5401 Caroline St.
Houston, TX 77004
https://www.hmh.org/EventDescription.aspx?ID=1012

TICKET INFO

Admission is free.
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