Anne Frank Center for Mutual Respect, New York City

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Through educational and grassroots organizing programs across the nation, the Anne Frank Center for Mutual Respect engages Americans to fight harder for Anne Frank’s dream: An inclusive world in which mutual respect replaces hatred and its consequences.

Our headquarters are in New York. We are a 501c3 nonprofit organization to which donations are tax-deductible.
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  • If you visit the place if you know Anne Frank. It's really good. A lot of expectations and a little surprised, but in a small space, but still good. A lot of people seemed to find crowded bustle. Here again is where you want to visit. I know Anne Frank, Holocaust coaster if this place seemed to have meaning. Visit. It's okay
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  • I discovered this on free Night at the Museum in NY. It takes you back in time. It is a must see for anyone who has read the book.  more »
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  • Had them come in and host a workshop for our teens on the effects of being a bystander, and how one can be an ally/advocate. The workshop was incredibly informative and related everything back to the experience Anne Frank had undergone as a victim in the holocaust. The activities were varied and engaged learners of various learning styles, which I really appreciated. I'm not sure where these other reviewers obtained their information from, but the facilitator we had did not discuss politics with our teens and did not say anything about their political stance as an individual or representative of the organization.
  • Thanks for standing up for decency at a terrible time. The negative reviews from Trumpers (Cult45) show that you're touching a nerve. Good work!
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