Her name was Annelies Marie Frank, but the world knew her as Anne Frank. She was young, beautiful and lively- she was an average pre-teen that wanted to be heard. She warmed the hearts of thousands with her diary entries during the Holocaust. We all entered into her life as our own, from page to page- living the horrors of a world that most can’t imagine.
Many believe that by keeping her story sacred will keep this nightmare from happening again. What do you think?
One Cincinnati museum is helping to keep her memory alive by hosting an exhibit like no other. The Center for Holocaust & Humanity Education, located at 8401 Montgomery Road
Cincinnati, Ohio 45236 will be offering “Anne Frank: A History for Today” exhibit demonstrating the life history her and her family. It will be the leading thread of the exhibit. Ann’s own candid writing provides a central voice to the narrative, bringing poignant and truly beautiful reality of the times she lived and died.
Museum hours: M-F: 1 p.m. to 4 p.m./ Sun: 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Phone: (513) 487-3055
Exhibit is running from February 26 to June 9.
Don’t miss this one!
This is great. I love Anne Frank and her story. I was lucky enough to visit the home where she hid in Amsterdam. What an incredible story. One of my favorites to read!
Wow, Amsterdam- that sounds amazing. I am fascinated in the strength the Jews hard during this time and the will it took for them to live and the destination of so many deaths. But, more, why it took so long for anyone to take notice and do something. To be so close to a place where it occurred, I’m sure was very erie. Thank you for reading.