It's been 70 years since Anne Frank's diary was first published. Translated into 67 languages, the memoir is now a powerful marker of history, bravery and hope.
Her message continues to reach audiences today, and will come to the Clinton Presidential Center on Tuesday, June 20, World Refugee Day, with a presentation entitled "Social Justice and the Legacy of Anne Frank."
Led by Steven Goldstein, executive director of the Anne Frank Center for Mutual Respect, this program is open to the public and will cover both Frank's continued impact on social justice and the Center's purpose of accomplishing her dream of "an inclusive world in which mutual respect replaces hatred and its consequences."
"Social Justice and the Legacy of Anne Frank" will take place at 6 p.m. in the Choctaw Building at the Clinton Center. For full information, click here.