Let’s finish what we started.
The completion of the initial phase of the Anne Frank Memorial in 2002 was only the beginning of our work. At a time when our children witness daily examples of bullying and abusive behavior in the media, it is essential for the Center to expand its outreach.
Worthy of life’s most essential lessons.
With your support, we can enhance the Memorial with a dedicated classroom to instill respect for human dignity, with the multimedia tools necessary to tell the story of human rights in a more engaging way.
» Media-enabled. Full audio/visual capabilities will help the tens of thousands of visitors who tour the Memorial each year better appreciate the struggle for human rights through sight and sound.
» Versatile meeting space. Also serves as a location for community-wide civil discourse, as well as the starting point for docent-led tours of the Memorial.
» Memorial enhancements. New human rights quotations inscribed throughout, a tribute to the late human rights advocate, Marilyn Shuler, and a new outdoor kiosk with short videos on the history of human rights in Idaho.