Anne Frank Project

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Improving the world one story at a time.

The Anne Frank Project uses storytelling as a vehicle for community building, conflict resolution, and identity exploration. Inspired by the wisdom of Anne Frank, AFP surfaces and shares stories stifled by oppression. 

 

Upcoming:

9th Annual Story + Social Justice Festival
October 3 & 4
SUNY Buffalo State
Buffalo, New York

This is the Anne Frank Project's 2017 Story + Social Justice Festival Call for Proposals. AFP’s annual festival is an experiential exchange of ideas with a focus on processing theory into practice. We seek performances, workshops and exhibits which actively engage participants in kinesthetic learning opportunities.

 


The summer institute for human rights and genocide studies

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Founded in 2008, the Summer Institute provides its participants with the opportunity to hear human rights experts, take part in hands-on activities and field trips, as well as to learn the skills that will allow you to have an impact on our community, nation, and world. Open to any incoming 9th grader through graduating high school senior, its alumni have gone on to pursue careers in journalism, law, politics, medicine, education, and the human services. Recognized by C-SPAN and run by award-winning, nationally-recognized educators, the Summer Institute provides its participants with the inspiration and tools to become the leader they were meant to be. Held on the campus of Erie 1 BOCES in West Seneca every July, interested parties can learn more at www.summerinstituteofbuffalo.org