The Wassmuth Center for Human Rights has applied to add a new outdoor learning pavilion to the existing Anne Frank Human Rights Memorial along the Boise Greenbelt at 8th St.
The new 940 square foot pavilion would add a covered space to the now fully exposed memorial.
The 22 foot high structure would cost about $800,000 to construct
The shelter is part of a capital campaign that is nearing its goal, which would also include: “New human rights quotations inscribed throughout, a tribute to the late human rights advocate, Marilyn Shuler, and a new outdoor kiosk with short videos on the history of human rights in Idaho.”
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