Wednesday, October 8, 2014

Deadline: Oct. 20 for The Anne Frank Center USA National Essay Contest

The Center believes, as Anne did, that children matter and can make a positive difference. In honor of Anne and the National Day on Writing, we are sponsoring an essay contest to inspire young people to think about the consequences of intolerance, racism, and discrimination, as well as ways the next generation can build a world based on mutual respect.

The Anne Frank Center USA National Essay Contest is open to middle schoolers (grades 5-8).

Those who enter will respond to one of the several questions posed by the Center and refer to Diary of a Young Girl and/or Tales from the Secret Annex. Essays should be original and 500-700 words. More requirements, including submitting the essay are in the guidelines (PDF).

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