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ANNE FRANK AWARD 2013

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Anne Frank Award

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Transcript of ANNE FRANK AWARD 2013

Anne Frank Award
2013 By Cerys Gandhi & Andrew Swarbrigg Have you ever been made fun of because...... of Your specs...... or Your hairstyle......... or Even your clothes? Now try getting made fun of something you can't change! Your Religion Your Race or even your Gender Millions of people around the world are bullied, attacked, or killed because of things they CAN'T change! THIS IS DISCRIMINATION The dictionary definition:

1.The unjust or prejudicial treatment of different categories of people or things, esp. on the grounds of race, age, or sex. Do You agree??? If Not.....Why??? Anne Frank was discriminated because of her religion. She was Jewish and lived in Amsterdam durring the Nazi Revolution. She spent two years of her life hiding in an annexe with seven other people. She kept a diary which was eventually
published after the second world war. She
knew how unjust everything was. Her mother and sister were killed at Auschwitz She died shortly after her sister The Gordon Schools Some examples of discrimination! We would like to thank all of our teachers especially
Mr Parker for letting us use his classroom during countless lunchtimes.
We would also like to thank Mr Anderson for watching, supporting and giving plenty of costructive critisism to make this presentation the best that it could be.
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