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At the Museum, we celebrate inclusiveness, diversity and respect for others. We offer programs for people of all ages and abilities.

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Event series: Community Corridor

Apply to have your human rights‐themed visual piece displayed in the Museum!

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Event series: President’s Lecture Series

Explore human rights issues from around the world with distinguished guest speakers who address important topics in conversation with the audience.

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Event series: After the Apology

The Museum’s After the Apology series explores official government apologies for past and present injustices through a human rights lens. Each event explores a human rights topic with a keynote presentation, an in‐conversation session, and a moderated dialogue with the audience.

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