– Standing Up Against Discrimination at the Anne Frank Center USA

  • August 22, 2012 invites visitors to experience Manhattan’s Anne Frank Center USA, an organization dedicated to fostering peace and respect between all people. The Center’s namesake was a German Jew whose diary – kept while the Frank family was hiding from the Nazis in a secret attic apartment above an office building in the Netherlands – has now been translated into dozens of languages and remains of the most significant documents to emerge from the Second World War. features news, exhibit information, photo galleries and a selection of other media relating to Anne Frank and her family. The site features the Center’s current exhibition schedule and list of film screenings; visitors are encouraged to check back frequently for the latest updates. also posts information about the Spirit of Anne Frank Awards, which are bestowed upon students, teachers and citizens who have demonstrated an extraordinary commitment to ending all kinds of prejudice and discrimination. gives visitors several convenient ways to contact the Center, schedule tours, arrange for class trips and purchase admission tickets.Directions and subway information are also available. Site users can also learn about school education programs, teacher training seminars, art workshops and other Center offerings. Website visitors may purchase literature, movies, music and other items through the online book shop; they may also make donations to the Center with a secure Web form. Those interested in reading the Center’s newsletter are invited to subscribe via email, and to connect with the organization on Facebook and Twitter as well.

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