Pembrokeshire College has been chosen as the host venue for the acclaimed “Anne Frank: A History for Today” exhibition which will be open to the public until Friday 20 March.
The exhibition tells the story of the Frank family in the context of the rise of Nazism and the Holocaust, and explores the value of difference and diversity highlighting the lessons that can still be learnt from her experiences.
The Anne Frank Trust UK is behind the exhibition, with its journey to Pembrokeshire made possible thanks to funding from local community group Cleddau Community Arts (CCA).
Barbara Shone, of CCA, said: “I truly believe that tolerance is a learnt characteristic and am keen for our youngsters to learn that if you are a bit ‘different’ from others, it doesn’t mean you should be treated any differently or bullied.”
A spokesman for the Trust said: “The exhibition will challenge the viewer to think about fundamental social values such as mutual respect, human rights, and democracy, as well as to educate the viewer about our individual and collective responsibilities to understand and respect diversity in our society.”
The exhibition is open to the public until Friday 20 March.