Anne Frank Human Rights Memorial

Anne Frank Human Rights Memorial

The Anne Frank Human Rights Memorial is a .81 acres cenotaph complex and educational park in Boise, Idaho. Located near the Boise Public Library and the Greenbelt, the centerpiece of which is a statue of Anne Frank; it is jointly maintained by the Wassmuth Center for Human Rights and the Boise Department of Parks and Recreation.

It is the only human rights memorial in the U.S. Designed by Idaho Falls architect Kurt Karst. A sapling of the Anne Frank Tree and quotations from some sixty notables and unknowns (including poets, activists, politicians and diplomats, those who survived the Holocaust, and those who did not) are prominent installations. It also features one of the few installations where the full text of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights is on permanent public display.

The park been recognized and accepted by the International Coalition of Sites of Conscience. It was thoroughly renovated in September 2018, with an outdoor classroom and a new sculpture, "The Spiral of Injustice.

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