Join us for the opening of our special gallery exhibit, Anne Frank: A History for Today.
Reception: 5:30 p.m.
Talk: 6:30 p.m., Hilary Stipelman, Director of Outreach and Exhibitions, Anne Frank Center USA
Anne Frank was one of more than a million Jewish children murdered during the Holocaust. Her diary gives us insight into her thoughts. This exhibit gives us insight into the family and world events that shaped her life. Anne Frank: A History for Today takes you beyond the pages of her diary by providing a wide perspective on the Holocaust, human rights, the Nazis, and the Frank family’s experiences in hiding.
Anne Frank: A History for Today will run through May 31, 2016.