The Exhibit Guide is supplemented
with ideas of how "one person can make
a difference" in the community, at home,
at school, in the state, and in the nation.
Educational outreach efforts
provide effective experiences for learners
and leaders alike.
Community programming appeals
to a broad and diverse audience.
To use the Anne Frank Exhibit
as a catalyst for proactive communication and discussion,
goal setting, and action planning in homes, schools,
seats of government, and worksites centering on celebrating
To teach others to be just as
vigilant about the subtle forms of discrimination
and prejudice as we are about blatant acts of violence
To use the energy and momentum
resulting from studying the Holocaust and visiting
the Exhibit as the foundation for further efforts
to promote tolerance, harmony, and respect amongst
peers, family members, acquaintances, and police
or other government officials.
To provide Exhibit visitors ideas
and tools to deal with discrimination and prejudice.
To empower citizens of all walks
of life to initiate meaningful dialogue about intolerance
and how it can foster hatred and lead to bias-related