Anne Frank: A History For Today
This popular exhibition captures the experience of Anne Frank’s life and is used as the foundation for our educational work in schools, communities and prisons. The exhibition consists of 40 self-supporting panels, delivered and set up by Anne Frank Trust staff, and is flexible enough for most spaces. It is suitable for adults and children aged 10+ and is available for a minimum of one week’s hire.
ABOUT ANNE FRANK: A HISTORY FOR TODAY
By placing the complex historical events of the Holocaust against the backdrop of the life of one inspirational young person, the exhibition enables visitors to grasp the human consequences of persecution and war. It covers themes such as:
* Anne Frank’s diary and the history of the Frank family.
* The introduction of the Nazi racist state.
* The victims and appalling consequences of the Holocaust.
* The deliberate and organised nature of genocide.
The exhibition challenges us to think about how these issues are relevant today and what we can do to prevent prejudice and discrimination.
Demand for this exhibition is high, so please book well in advance.
This exhibition is next on display at Halifax Minster from 10 – 24 November.
And at Bolton Central Library, Le Mans Crescent, Bolton, BL1 1SE