Anne Frank 839
fabric, archival pigment on canvas, leather, metal, zippers
5 ft. sq.
Anneliese Marie Frank was born in Frankfurt am Main, Germany, in 1929 into an assimilated Jewish family.
We know Ann Frank from her diary. Her diary is about the life of a teenager full of curiosity. It is also about hope and love.
"Our many Jewish friends and acquaintances are being taken away in droves" (Anne Frank, October 9, 1942).
How could the past inform the present, so that people could be welcomed home?
Perhaps if people read how refugees (such as Einstein) have historically made our country a better place, then they would welcome them.
Anne was exceptionally hopeful. Her diary is a symbol of hope against injustice and cruelty.
It's mind-boggling how the Nazis could kill millions of people, including those as young and harmless as Anne Frank.
It illustrates her outgoing and inspiring spirit that has changed the lives of many.
This tapestry illustrates Anne's personality through her diary entries and photos; Anne Frank was very hopeful and vibrant during a time of great fear and horror.
"You find yourself through adversity. The things that hurt us more today makes us stronger tomorrow." - Ronald Paul Pratt
"You find yourself through adversity. The things that hurt us most today makes us stronger tomorrow." - Ronald Paul Pratt
Even through the darkest times, one must find the way to keep on going. Anne Frank is Inspiring.
Truly inspiring that throughout her hardships, she turned to writing to get her through it.
"I hope I will be able to confide everything to you, as I have never been able to confide in anyone, and I hope you will be a great source of comfort and support." Those words were written in the firs
How might Anne's hopefulness during her imprisonment in the attic of her home be a message of hope for other children trapped in the violence of war?
I remember the first time I visited Anne Frank's house in Amsterdam. It's such a significant place of history, but it is disguised as a common building among other buildings within the city.
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