“The photographs in No Resting Place: Holocaust Poland are majestic; the commentary expert. One can sense how powerful an experience SMU students and others have had visiting the Nazi killing centers that existed in Poland. … All who encounter this book will marvel at how important an education SMU’s Embrey Human Rights Program offers.” – Michael Berenbaum, founding director of the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, D.C.; author of 18 books about the Holocaust; professor of Jewish studies at American Jewish University and director of its Sigi Ziering Institute in Los Angeles; consultant for the forthcoming Dallas Holocaust Museum and Human Rights Museum

No Resting Place: Holocaust Poland is a haunting and brilliant commemoration of the lives lost in the horrific maw of the Holocaust. … Each and every photograph and every single sentence focuses one’s eyes and grabs one’s heart in ways that are shockingly new. This book is … unforgettable.” – Samuel Totten, respected genocide scholar and professor emeritus at the University of Arkansas-Fayetteville; council member for the Institute on the Holocaust and Genocide in Jerusalem

No Resting Place: Holocaust Poland is a beautiful testament to the impact on the ‘pilgrims’ who have made the transformative trip to Poland with SMU’s Embrey Human Rights Program. … [It gives] us all inspiration to stand up against human rights abuses in our world today.” – Mary Pat Higgins, president & CEO, Dallas Holocaust Museum/Center for Education and Tolerance