P E L L A V I S I T O R S G U I D E 7 “I hope I will be able to you, as I have never been able to and I hope you will be a great source of comfort and support.” — Anne Frank, June 12, 1942 Bring the story of Anne Frank to your community The Diary of a Young Girlby Anne Frank has been translated into more than 70 different languages and is being read in schools and homes all around the world. Through a series of traveling exhibitions, The Anne Frank Center USA has introduced more large and small, to her story and her writing. Our exhibits are hosted by organizations that want to confront issues of prejudice and intolerance by teaching Anne’s story in both a personal and historical context. Throughout the exhibitions, Anne’s own wonderfully candid writing provides a central voice, bringing a poignant and truly beautiful perspective to a dark time in history. You can host an exhibit The Anne Frank Center USA provides your organization with an exhibit to use as the centerpiece for a community-wide event. We currently offer four different exhibitions: • Anne Frank: A History for Today • Anne Frank: A Private Photo Album • Reading & Writing with Anne Frank • Art & Propaganda in Nazi-Occupied Holland Accompanying education programs are lead by AFC staff and can include docent training, educator workshops, public programs, and cast workshops. “We chose to bring the Anne Frank exhibit to our school because it makes Anne’s life personal to students. This is something our children need. They do not need to see WWII as just a collection of historical facts, rather they need to internalize the personal struggles.” — 8th grade teacher, Greenville, SC 02 The Anne Frank Center USA ——Traveling Exhibits 7 P E L L A V I S I T O R S G U I D E