Anne Frank Center for Mutual Respect USA

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Type

Exhibition and Education Center, Public Education, Resource Library, Traveling Exhibits

Services

The Anne Frank Center offers a wide range of innovative programs and workshops held in a variety of settings including schools, museums, educational centers and more. Geared towards grade 3-12 and beyond, the workshops and exhibits integrate artistic, literary, historical and/or performance-based components that teach the lessons of Anne Frank in a meaningful and relevant manner for students throughout the United States.The programs range from introductory workshops on Anne Frank and the Holocaust, to in-depth artistic residences and performance that focus on tackling issues of intolerance, bullying and self-esteem. By examining the progression of historical events that result in the tragedies of genocide, slavery, terrorism, and/or hate crimes, the programs encourage students to act as humanitarian leaders in a challenging world.

Established (Year): 1977

AHO Member: Yes

Persons

Elisa Rapaport (Chief Operating Officer)

Bryan Caine (Associate Director of Education and Youth Initiatives)

Alexandra Devitt (Director of Communications)

Katherine Meade (Director of Education)

Address

New York

USA

Phone

work (1)212-431-7993

fax (1)212-431-8375

Email

info@annefrank.com

Website

http://www.annefrank.com

Facebook

https://www.facebook.com/AnneFrankCenterforMutualRespect/

Twitter

https://twitter.com/AnneFrankCenter