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Anne Frank Exhibit comes to Einstein

“Where there's hope, there's life. It fills us with fresh courage and makes us strong again.” 

                                  -Anne Frank 

                                           June 6, 1944

 

A Special Invitation for the Shoreline Community

We are very excited to announce a unique community event: In partnership with the Anne Frank House in Amsterdam, the Consulate General of the Netherlands in San Francisco, and the Holocaust Center for Humanity in Seattle, Einstein Middle School is proud to be one of six schools in the state of Washington to host the international traveling exhibit Anne Frank - A History for Today.  This project aims to generate more awareness for students, parents, and educators about the Holocaust and human rights, by telling the story of Anne Frank and linking it to the goal of building empathy for our shared humanity. 

 

A special feature of this exhibit is that students will act as tour guides. Seven of our Einstein eighth graders have received this in-depth training and were prepared to be docents for this experience. Additionally, this is a bilingual exhibit: Los paneles de exhibición se presentan tanto en inglés como en español.