APRIL 18-MAY 22, 2020
At the Georgetown Public Library
402 W. 8th Street, Georgetown, TX
FREE during library hours
This new exhibit from the Anne Frank Center for Mutual Respect, USA, brings the lessons of the Holocaust to the present. It teaches the effects of intolerance, discrimination, and racism through 30 large picture panels plus a 30-minute DVD.
Photo credit: ©AFS/AFF, Amsterdam/BASEL
Features of the exhibit include
- The life story of Anne Frank from her childhood to her death;
- Images and texts about the world around Anne Frank – the rise of Hitler, the persecution of the Jews, and the Second World War;
- A scale model of the Frank’s hiding place called “the Secret Annex”;
- A replica of Anne Frank’s diary;
- The stories of 6 contemporary youths from various backgrounds with diverse identities and disabilities that depict how they have dealt with prejudice, discrimination, and exclusion.
This exhibit is suitable for middle school, high school and adults. Docent led tours can be scheduled (click here). There will also be walk-in tours available on weekends. (see library hours below). All tours will be led by professionally trained docents. We recommend teachers allowing 2 hours to view the complete exhibit as often students will have questions.