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The Dallas Holocaust Museum's Upstander Speaker Series will feature Betsy Healy and Bill Holston of the Human Rights Initiative of North Texas.

The Human Rights Initiative (HRI) of North Texas provides legal and support services to refugees and immigrants who have suffered human rights abuses. Bill Holston, HRI’s current Executive Director, has a long history assisting those seeking religious and political asylum, including providing volunteer work as an attorney since HRI’s founding.

Betsy Healy co-founded the Human Rights Initiative in 1999, and she served as the Executive Director until 2005. The HRI’s mission is to work with refugees and immigrants by offering services that help survivors out of traumatic situations.

The VIP Reception begins at 5:30 pm and the talk begins at 6:30 pm.

The Dallas Holocaust Museum's Upstander Speaker Series will feature Betsy Healy and Bill Holston of the Human Rights Initiative of North Texas.

The Human Rights Initiative (HRI) of North Texas provides legal and support services to refugees and immigrants who have suffered human rights abuses. Bill Holston, HRI’s current Executive Director, has a long history assisting those seeking religious and political asylum, including providing volunteer work as an attorney since HRI’s founding.

Betsy Healy co-founded the Human Rights Initiative in 1999, and she served as the Executive Director until 2005. The HRI’s mission is to work with refugees and immigrants by offering services that help survivors out of traumatic situations.

The VIP Reception begins at 5:30 pm and the talk begins at 6:30 pm.

The Dallas Holocaust Museum's Upstander Speaker Series will feature Betsy Healy and Bill Holston of the Human Rights Initiative of North Texas.

The Human Rights Initiative (HRI) of North Texas provides legal and support services to refugees and immigrants who have suffered human rights abuses. Bill Holston, HRI’s current Executive Director, has a long history assisting those seeking religious and political asylum, including providing volunteer work as an attorney since HRI’s founding.

Betsy Healy co-founded the Human Rights Initiative in 1999, and she served as the Executive Director until 2005. The HRI’s mission is to work with refugees and immigrants by offering services that help survivors out of traumatic situations.

The VIP Reception begins at 5:30 pm and the talk begins at 6:30 pm.

WHEN

WHERE

Communities Foundation of Texas
5500 Caruth Haven Ln.
Dallas, TX 75225
https://holocaustmuseum-upstanderspeakerseriesmarch10.eventbrite.com/

TICKET INFO

$10-$30
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