Anne Frank: A History for Today Travelling Exhibit
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About the Event
The exhibit encourages a broad, international audience, especially young people, to think about Anne Frank and the world she lived in, including reflections on anti-Semitism, discrimination, and persecution, as well as the positive story or resistance to these evils. Theresa Makowski, who is leading the effort for the SSO, hopes that many area children and residents will be able to see the exhibit. "We're scheduling hours that the the exhibit will be open to the public as well as scheduling school tours. We hope to help people reflect on the meaning of Anne Frank's story and its relevance for today - to help people reflect on values such as freedom, equality and democracy."