• About the Exhibit

    About the Exhibit

    Ruth Schreiber’s grandparents were among the many Jews in Europe who made the brutal decision to send their children to safety in England during Hitler’s rise. In this powerful mixed media exhibit, Schreiber tells their remarkable story through a series of artworks based on the letters they wrote to their children while abroad.
  • Share Anne's Story

    Share Anne's Story

    With religious intolerance at a high, please consider donating to The Anne Frank Center USA today. Every dollar will be spent on inspiring tolerance and inclusion.
  • Spirit of Anne Frank Awards

    Spirit of Anne Frank Awards

    We are now accepting applications for the 2016 Spirit of Anne Frank Awards, which are given out annually to students, teachers and citizens who have proven themselves exceptional leaders in their communities.
  • Anne Frank Sapling at The Clinton Center

    Anne Frank Sapling at The Clinton Center

    President Bill Clinton welcomed The Anne Frank Center USA to Little Rock on October 2, 2015 to help dedicate The Anne Frank Tree.
  • Writing as Refuge

    Writing as Refuge

    A series of programs exploring the power of writing and the trauma of exile. Our new season features film screenings, art exhibitions and panel discussions with the refugee advocacy group HIAS, the American Jewish Historical Society and others, and will forever change how you think about sacrifice, trauma, and power of the written word.
  • The Sapling Project

    The Sapling Project

    In 2009 AFC launched the Sapling Project, a national initiative aimed at bringing together diverse communities and educational centers in a shared celebration of Anne, her beloved chestnut tree, her appreciation of nature, and her longing for freedom and justice in the world.
  • Visit Us!

    Visit Us!

    Since it was first published in 1947, Anne Frank’s diary has become one of the most powerful memoirs of the Holocaust. The Anne Frank Center USA offers a full-service gallery featuring an exhibit on Anne's life, a facsimile of her famous diary, and other artifacts from World War II. Come as you are. Leave changed.
  • The Sapling Project

    In 2009 AFC launched the Sapling Project , a national initiative aimed at bringing together diverse communities and educational centers in a shared celebration of Anne, her beloved chestnut tree, her appreciation of nature, and her longing for freedom and justice in the world.
    The Sapling Project
  • Traveling Exhibits

    Throughout North America, our exhibits have been hosted by community centers, schools, colleges and universities, arts organizations, libraries and museums located in the United States and Canada.
    Traveling Exhibits
  • Book a Field Trip!

    Book a Field Trip!

    The Anne Frank Center USA hosts field trips for grades 3-12, using the life and legacy of Anne Frank to introduce young people to vital topics such as the Holocaust and World War II, as well as to teach them how to embrace tolerance and mutual respect in their own lives. Click here for more information

  • Annual Anne Frank Award and Lecture

    Annual Anne Frank Award and Lecture

    On February 25 in Washington DC the Anne Frank Center USA is proud to honor Nicholas Kristof and Cindy Hensley McCain with the Netherlands Embassy's Anne Frank Award for their unwavering dedication to human dignity. Learn More

  • Opening February 4th

    Opening February 4th

    Ruth Schreiber’s grandparents were among the many Jews in Europe who made the brutal decision to send their children to safety in England during Hitler’s rise. In this powerful mixed media exhibit, Schreiber tells their remarkable story through a series of artworks based on the letters they wrote to their children while abroad. Learn more