How Did Anne Frank Overcome Racial Injustice

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Racial injustice is when people are denied their basic human rights because of their racial background. Many people have faced racial injustice throughout history. One of the biggest acts of racial discrimination was committed by Adolf Hitler. Anne Frank was one of the most popularized victims of the Holocaust; along with countless others. Anne frank was forced to go to a segregated school, she also went into hiding, and was latter inprisoined in a holocaust camp.

Anne as born on June 12, 1929 in Frankfurt, Germany. During this time period, it was hard for people who were jewish. When Hitler became chancellor of Germany in 1933, Anne's family realized it was time to flee. The Frank family fled to Amsterdam, Netherlands. They were once again able to enjoy freedom in Amsterdam. Anne began to attend Amsterfdam's Sixth Montessori School. When Nazi Germany invaded Poland, they stirred up conflict that would soon lead to the start of World War 2. Once the Dutch surrendered the Nazis soon began to occupontate the Netherlands. In October 1940 the Nazis began to impose anit-Jewish measures. Forcing Anne to go to an all-jewish school.
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The frank family went into hiding in an attic an attic apartment behind Otto's business. A week after they went into hiding, Otto's business associate Herman Van Pels, along with his wife Auguste, and their son Peter. A small group of Otto's employees, risked their lives to smuggle food, news, and supplies from the outside world. THe group of 8 lived in constant fear of being discoverd and could never go outside. The family had to remain very quite during the day in order to avoid detection from the employees in the warehouse below. Anne spent her time writting in her diary about her feelings of loneliness and her frustration over the lack of privacy. While she wrote about typical teenage issues such as crushes on boys, arguments with her mother and the problems they were
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