In the coming months, this site will provide a place for students, parents, and young adults like you to explore the impact of intolerance within your own societies, and the steps you can take to build a better, more just, and peaceful world—like the one Anne imagined. With your help, we’ll be using your feedback, comments, and stories to start a national conversation about the need for tolerance, mutual respect, and greater civic awareness throughout the United States and beyond.
As part of the Confronting Intolerance Today: Lessons from Anne Frank project we’ll explore three major themes that have defined Anne’s legacy:
Throughout the next months, we will be adding articles and resources to our site that related to each of these themes. Have a specific issue you would like us to address? Then send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to a dynamic discussion about topics spanning from inequalities in the American justice system, genocide in South Sudan, poverty across the United States, the rights of the LGBT community, and more. Make sure to check in regularly to stay tuned-in to the conversation. We look forward to hearing from you.
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