It's A Reunion and An Annual Meeting: 

Where Are They Now?

Emcee Tammy Nguyen Lee interviews 7 young adults that

are former SWJC award recipients.


They include: Zach BernsteinZachary Denn _Teresa Balderas Flores

Matthew Johnson | Esha Kothapalli | Leah Prager Graham Rosen.

We find out what they are doing since they received the award

and how they have managed the past year during COVID.


Click here to view the recording.


Article in Texas Jewish Post



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Join us for an exclusive look at photographs and negatives of the 1936 Berlin Olympics housed in the Museum’s collection.

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TEXAS SIZED EVENT - SEPTEMBER 2022

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​​LUNCH & LEARN

HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE ARCHIVES: THE 1936 OLYMPICS

Thursday, December 2, Noon

Complimentary.


This is an in-person event at the Museum, 300 N. Houston St., Dallas, TX 75202 


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