Since 2002 the Anne Frank House has been active in Suriname, with travelling exhibitions and educational activities. On March 7 2020 the exhibition Let me be myself, the life story of Anne Frank together with the exhibition Joseph Nassy and Suriname during World War Two was opened in Paramaribo.
Let me be myself, the life story of Anne Frank
Joseph Nassy and Suriname during World War Two
From March 5 until April 8 the exhibition was expected to receive around 5000 students from the Mulo schools from all over Suriname, but unfortunately due to the COVID-19 virus the schools in Suriname closed on Monday March 16 and will stay closed at least until the end of April. The organizers of the exhibit hope to start again with receiving schools in November 2020.
More information about the exhibition Let me be myself the life story of Anne Frank you can find here:
For Suriname seven panels were made about the special and important role of Surinam during World War Two and the unknown story of Surinamese artist Joseph Cosmo Nassy and the 200 beautiful painting and drawings he made during his imprisonment in Nazi Germany during World War Two.