“Always remember this Anna, there are no walls, no bolts, no locks that anyone can put on your mind.” I vividly recall those words of Anne Frank’s father being rivited to the family television set as a young child watching this iconic film and feeling the tensions build as a group of people hid from the bad guys (the German Gestapo). It was my first glimpse into World War II and it wouldn’t be for years that I came to understand, or at least as much as anyone can understand, the horrors of the Holocaust. Based on the now famous journal kept by a young teenager, and youngest... (Read More ...)