Two Offerings from the Holocaust Center for Humanity

Anne Frank: A History For Today

On Exhibit March 6 - May 18  |  Plan your field trip now
At the Holocaust Center for Humanity, Seattle

Open daily to student and community groups, this exhibit explores timeless lessons of the Holocaust through Anne Frank's words and life story.

Recommended for grades 5-12 and post graduate. Field trip experiences are planned individually for your class or group, and can include a docent tour, a speaker (survivor or descendant), and class projects lead by the Center's education team. Limited reservations so please book today. Limited field trip funding is available.Learn More

Writing, Art, and Film Contest 2016

$300 Grand Prizes | Prizes for Teachers

Submit entries now! This January we planted a sapling from the historic chestnut tree Anne saw from her attic window at the Seattle Center Peace Garden. The Center was one of 11 places in the U.S. selected to receive a sapling.

Deadline May 31, 2016. Open to students in grades 5-12 in Washington, Oregon, Idaho, and Alaska. Film category is open to high school students only.  Learn More

During the Holocaust, Anne Frank spent two years hiding in an attic in Amsterdam. Through her window, Anne could see a majestic chestnut tree, which was a symbol of hope and freedom for Anne.

This year's prompt:  How does this chestnut tree, and what you have learned about the Holocaust, inspire you and others?

Posted on February 21, 2016 .