The Anne Frank Reading Project is designed with families and communities in mind. Whether you are already familiar with Anne’s words, or are joining the millions already inspired by her Diary, we hope that you find value in collectively reflecting on the Annex at this time of isolation.
Each week for six weeks, Neuberger staff will meet on Friday afternoon (except for the second week’s meeting due to Shavuot), and broadcast their discussion about that week’s assigned readings. Participants in the Community Reading Project will be able to comment and ask questions on the weekly videos, which will be available after broadcast. Participants are also welcome to contact Neuberger staff taking part in this project if they have questions or comments.
This is a project that families and communities weathering isolation can do together. Newcomers to Anne Frank’s Diary will read the book fresh, while participants who know Anne’s story will be provided with external readings and videos selected to stimulate thought and discussion on key themes.
The Project will culminate on the seventh and final week with a Viewing Party of the 2014 documentary In Line for Anne Frank, viewable through Amazon Prime.
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