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The Anne Grank Center USA


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The Anne Frank Center for Mutual Respect, a partner to the Anne Frank House, was founded in 1959 by Anne?s father, Otto Frank. Through a variety of innovative programs and exhibitions, the Center uses the diary and spirit of Anne Frank as unique tools to advance her legacy, to educate young people and communities about the dangers of intolerance, antisemitism, racism and discrimination, and to inspire the next generation to build a world based on equal rights and mutual respect. Our arts-based in-school programs use visual art, writing, and drama to explore how Anne Frank?s legacy can aid students with issues that affect their lives today. From single session workshops to semester long residencies, our programs challenge students to identify prejudice and consider the choices they can make to effect positive change. Workshops and residencies include staff development opportunities, adhere to the Common Core, and are custom designed to meet academic, social, and artistic goals. Our two live performance programs, CONVERSATIONS WITH ANNE and LETTERS FROM ANNE AND MARTIN, offer students an interactive engagement with primary source texts. In the former, students ask Anne about anything from World War II to her feelings on honesty. In the latter, Anne Frank and Martin Luther King, Jr. come alive to talk about equality and activism. All classes can visit The Anne Frank Center USA to learn about Anne?s life and meet a Holocaust survivor. FREE field trips are available for Title I schools.

44 Park Place, New York, NY 10007

(212) 431-7993