On June 12, 80 years ago, Anne Frank was given a diary on her 13th birthday. Today it is world famous. The Anne Frank Zentrum organizes Anne Frank Day annually around the date of her birthday as a nationwide day of action against anti-Semitism and racism, this year with more than 600 schools participating. It is also offering a public program at its Berlin exhibition "All about Anne" on June 12. Admission is free if you mention the password "Anne Frank Day."
A nationwide campaign in schools against anti-Semitism and racism around Anne Frank's birthday will open in Berlin on June 10, 2022.
The livestream of the opening event is available at annefrank.de/annefranktag2022.
The Anne Frank Zentrum will offer a free public program on Anne Frank's birthday to mark the anniversary of her diary on June 12.
11-12.30 h: Writing Workshop: "Someone who doesn't write doesn't know how great writing is."
13-13.45 h & 16-16.45 h: Insights into the "All About Anne" exhibit.
14-15 h: Reading from Anne Frank’s Diary
17 – 18 h: "Eyewitnesses” Film documents with friends of Anne Frank.
Address: Anne Frank Zentrum, exhibition "All about Anne", Rosenthaler Str. 39, 10178 Berlin
12-12.30 h & 15-15.30 h: Insights into the poster exhibition for Anne Frank Day "Friendship"
Address: Open-air At Hackescher Markt in front of "Butlers", 10178 Berlin
List of participating schools: www.annefranktag.de/aktiveschulen