Improving the world one story at a time.

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The Anne Frank Project uses storytelling as a vehicle for community building, conflict resolution, and identity exploration. Inspired by the wisdom of Anne Frank, AFP surfaces and shares stories stifled by oppression. 

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AFP 2017: Sharing Stories/Connecting Communities

9th Annual Story + Social Justice Festival
October 3 & 4
SUNY Buffalo State


THA 470 Ensemble Theater - Offered Fall 2017!

Learn AFP's Drama-Based Education and Story-Building model, and serve your community! Click here to learn more.


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My Story Matters Project

AFP is developing a new oral history and storytelling project for students at SUNY Buffalo State and community members. We are encouraging people to record and share their stories to examine identity and social justice. Stories will be available through a podcast. Thank you to the panelists, community members, and artists who shared their stories after one of our kick-off events, a film screening of IN SEARCH OF A NATION.

AFP is proud to parter with the Burchfield Penny Art Center and the Buffalo State Equity and Campus Diversity Office on this project.



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Dear Me cast and crew of the 2013-2014 tour.

Dear Me cast and crew of the 2013-2014 tour.

Teacher Training

AFP teaches its story-building method to teachers across the globe.

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Mrs. Luongo's 5th grade class with Sophia.

Mrs. Luongo's 5th grade class with Sophia.

SUNY Buffalo State student at the Stitch Buffalo exhibit featured in AFP 2015: Identity, Inclusion and the World. Photo: Bruce Fox.

SUNY Buffalo State student at the Stitch Buffalo exhibit featured in AFP 2015: Identity, Inclusion and the World. Photo: Bruce Fox.