Anne Frank: A History for Today
The life story of Anne Frank is the centerpiece of Anne Frank: A History for Today. The family’s story reflects world events prior to, during, and after the period of Nazi dictatorship. The exhibit juxtaposes photographs of the Frank family with images of historical events at the time to show how persecuted people such as the Franks were affected by political decisions and the actions of individuals. This exhibition is organized by the Anne Frank Center USA and is presented in collaboration with Buffalo State's Anne Frank Project.
Understanding the Holocaust Project and Survivor Speaker Series
Included is a hands-on component, “Virtual Annex,” where participants choose an avatar to experience Frank’s Amsterdam annex. There are also three opportunities to hear Holocaust survivors tell their stories: September 17 and September 18 at 10:00 a.m. and September 25 at noon.
Seniors (62 and over): $8
Students (with ID): $5
Children (age 10 and under): Free
United States and Canada Active Military and their families: Free
Burchfield Penney members: Free