Taking place on unceded Coast Salish territory (Musqueam, Squamish & Tsleil-Waututh nations).
Join us for the celebreation of Anne Frank’s birthday and the closing ceremony of the Anne Frank House International Travelling Exhibition at Collingwood Neighbourhood House!
Making stops around the globe, the traveling exhibition Anne Frank — A History for Today is wrapping up it’s stay in Vancouver! Hosted at various neighbourhood houses around the city from February to June, come learn about Anne Frank, her life as Jewish girl during World War II, and how the stories of the Holocaust are still relevant to experiences of discrimination here at home. These exhibitions will be guided by local youth and seniors involved in the Anne Frank Memory Walk Project.
Date: Saturday, June 13th, 2015
Time: 2:00pm – 6:00pm
Location: 5288 Joyce St, Collingwood Neighbourhood House
– Welcoming & acknowledgement of the territory
– Opening remarks & introduction of the Anne Frank Memory Walk Project
– Memory Walk Project Film-Screening
– BOLDSKOOL spoken word workshop
– Facilitated Dialogues
– & more!
– The building and exhibit space is wheelchair accessible.
– ASL interpretation has been secured for this event.
– Please come scent-reduced and refrain from wearing heavy scents, perfumes, cologne, etc.