We launched our touring Anne Frank + You exhibition for communities in 2005. The exhibition takes a unique look at Anne Frank’s life and diary in parallel with the rise of the Nazis, with a pictorial timeline charting the rise of Hitler and the subsequent Holocaust. The contemporary panels raise issues of racism, conflict and identity in Britain today.
We host the exhibition in communities with high socioeconomic deprivation, or those that show signs of increased community tension such as anti-social behaviour or issues surrounding gang membership.
Bring Anne Frank + You into your community. Find out how here.
“I think that Anne Frank’s story has inspired me to not judge people. Maybe by the way they talk or what they look like and to try and help everyone no matter where they’re from or what my opinions are of them.”
Zimali, Anne Frank Ambassador
Frances Bardsley Academy, London