Anne frank center twitter

Anne frank center twitter

The anne frank foundation

“Finally, what planet was the president on when he said that we all salute the same flag? Unlike the White Supremacists in Charlottesville, we should not salute the Nazi flag. He’s hallucinating.”
“We denounce in the strongest possible terms this disgusting show of racism, bigotry, and terror,” President Trump said in a statement following the Charlottesville violence.
It has no location in the United States of America.
Racism is a bad thing.
The KKK, neo-Nazis, white nationalists, and other hate groups that are repugnant to all we hold dear as Americans are among those who perpetrate violence in its name.”

Anne frank tweets

We empower young people with the knowledge, skills, and courage to question all types of bias and discrimination by using Anne Frank’s life and diary as a starting point. As a result, we collaborate with colleges, local governments, the criminal justice system, and other organizations to offer educational programs and acclaimed exhibitions to young people in a number of environments.
Following the Anne Frank Trust’s schools programme 2017-18, 0% of young people surveyed said they were more positive about at least one group of people who were not like them.
0% of young people who improved their attitudes toward Jews improved their attitudes toward at least one other social group.
0% of young people with better attitudes since completing the Anne Frank Trust’s schools initiative in 2016-17 still have optimistic attitudes in 2019.
Being a peer guide has helped me reflect on how you can not judge others solely on the basis of their nationality, color, or faith. Just because you’re different, that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t be treated equally.

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AMY GOODMAN: Neo-Nazis and Ku Klux Klan supporters wore swastikas on flags and banners at Saturday’s Unite the Right rally to protest the demolition of a statue of Confederate General Robert E. Lee. Prior to the rally, members of the local synagogue, Congregation Beth Israel, said that as they were praying, men dressed in fatigues and wielding semi-automatic weapons stood across the street from the synagogue, causing people to leave the service in groups from the back of the building as a safety measure. Heather Heyer was killed on Saturday afternoon when James Alex Fields, a 20-year-old Nazi sympathizer, plowed his car into a crowd of anti-fascist demonstrators. Deandre Harris, a 20-year-old African-American activist, was beaten by white supremacists in another incident.
Following the demonstrations, a teen vandalized the New England Holocaust Memorial in Boston, Massachusetts, by smashing a glass panel etched with numbers that reflect the numbers tattooed on the bodies of Jews and others incarcerated in Nazi Germany’s death camps. The attack was the second time the Holocaust Memorial in Boston had been vandalized this summer.