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Resources on Diversity & Inclusion

 

Educating against hatred is not always easy, even for those committed to promoting respect for all humanity. If you aren't sure where to begin or how to answer tough questions, there are countless resources that can help.

 

Straightforward suggestions for gently responding to children's anxiety and questions about violence. From Mental Health America.

Helpful info on racial identity, systems of oppression, community-building, self-care, and more. Through the Smithsonian's National Museum of African-American History & Culture.

Blog post featuring podcasts and helpful articles on discussing race with young children. Hosted by Pretty Good infographics.

Simple, kid-friendly ways to nurture cultural appreciation in young families, including music, museums, and volunteering.

Realistic steps for being prepared to introduce kids to racial equality.

Terrific guide to developing a library children's books on cultural diversity, including tips for selection, best practices, potential hazards, and a questionnaire for classrooms or homes. Hosted by EmbraceRace.

Engaging videos, podcast, books, and more resources for parents and children. Hosted by Healthline.

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Posters & Flyers

 

The Anne Frank Center provides information and educational materials about Anne Frank, the history of the Holocaust, and discrimination today. These downloadable companions for use in the classroom when teaching with the Diary, the Play, or with one of our traveling exhibits, inspire critical thinking, learning-by-doing, interaction, multi-method, and student-centered activities:

Bring the principles of "mutual respect" into the classroom with this tabloid-sized wall poster detailing a pledge of 15 rules to live by, such as "treat other with fairness" and "work together to find the best solutions." Developed in conjunction with Mrs. Sara Dacus and her 8th grade English students at AHLF Junior High School, Searcy, Arkansas. 

The letter-sized flyer version of our AFC "Mutual Respect" poster detailing a pledge of 15 rules to live by, such as "look for what we have in common" and "remember that good people can agree o disagree." Developed in conjunction with Mrs. Sara Dacus and her 8th grade English students at AHLF Junior High School, Searcy, Arkansas. 

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Anne Frank & Inspiration Series

As the COVID-19 pandemic forces billions around the world into home isolation in 2020, AFC actor Rachel Griesinger reflects on some passages from Anne Frank's diary that help her maintain perspective and find strength through several key quotes that inspire.

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Purchase your copy of
Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl

Discovered in the attic in which she spent the last years of her life, Anne Frank’s remarkable diary has become a world classic—a powerful reminder of the horrors of war and an eloquent testament to the human spirit. 

Copies of the book, Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl, are available for purchase through Penguin Random House, the English-language publisher of the diary. You can also receive a complimentary copy when you make a $100 donation to the Anne Frank Center, to help us bring the lessons of Anne Frank's life and legacy to children in communities throughout the US.

Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl

Discovered in the attic in which she spent the last years of her life, Anne Frank’s remarkable diary has become a world classic—a powerful reminder of the horrors of war and an eloquent testament to the human spirit. 

Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl