For over two decades, the Wassmuth Center for Human Rights has proudly served Idaho educators and students. The scope of our programming, resources, and services has grown dramatically. Now it is time to look to the future. And the future is bright. Exploring new ways to better serve Idaho’s classrooms and communities — and meet the demand — our resources, technology and facilities must grow too. We look forward to bringing all aspects of daily operation and programming into one comprehensive education center.
Donor Recognition Opportunities
Community Partners will be permanently recognized on a prominent stone plaque set into the towering feature wall outside the main entrance – a public and enduring record of those who so generously contributed to expanding and sustaining human rights education in Idaho.
Ambassadors of Hope: $100,000+
Advocates of Justice: $75,000 – $99,999
Allies of Dignity: $50,000 – $74,999
Architects of Community: $25,000 – $49,999
Agents of Empathy: $10,000 – $24,999
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for a list of donor recognition opportunities or to schedule a meeting.
With more than 1,400 square feet of open exhibit space, the classroom will comfortably accommodate banquet seating for 50, classroom seating for 40, or theatre seating for 75. Two large-screen projection units will link to a central computer presentation station. The inspirational, moving quotes of the adjacent Memorial will be “ghosted” onto the walls of the room.
The new Human Rights Classroom will accommodate the following – all currently outsourced to locations throughout the Valley:
The new Human Rights Classroom will provide the space for expanded Center programming which includes the following:
When the founders of a proposed human rights memorial in Boise, Idaho, first created a 501(c)3 nonprofit education center in 1996, they could not have imagined the long-term impact of their efforts. The combined presence of the Idaho Anne Frank Human Rights Memorial and the Wassmuth Center for Human Rights is a resounding statement in the value of “promoting respect for human dignity and diversity through education.”
Watch the celebration we hosted and the ceremonial groundbreaking of the new Wassmuth Center for Human Rights, coming in 2022 – with land acknowledgment and ground blessing conducted by descendants of the original Boise Valley People.