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View the short videos on demand that a group of Highschool students created to tackle racism using their phones. These youth are part of the Anne Frank Youth Leadership Team that were recruited by the MAG for the exhibit, Anne Frank: A History for Today.
Free to attend.
|Let's Be Frank: Teens Tackling Racism with Videos Screening Dates|
|Wednesday, January 29th||6:30-8 pm|
|Wednesday, February 5th||6:30-8 pm|
|Friday, February 7th||5-8 pm|
|Wednesday, March 11th||6:30-8 pm|
As part of the Anne Frank: A History for Today exhibition, the MAG recruited through local High Schools and Regional School Divisions to engage youth in the exhibition. Over thirty students from Notre Dame RD and Lindsay Thurber Comprehensive High School committed to the project.
This project has two parts:
The creative responses were works of art, song performances and iPhone videos. All of these works represents their personal response to the subject.