Stickers with swastikas, message placed on Boise’s Anne Frank memorial


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By Katie Kloppenburg / Idaho News 6

The Idaho Anne Frank Human Rights Memorial in Boise has been vandalized by stickers featuring a swastika and the words “we are everywhere.” 

The Wassmuth Center for Human Rights posted on Facebook that the stickers had been placed there on Tuesday.

“The Idaho Anne Frank Human Rights Memorial was built as a physical statement of our shared values,” said one of the posts on the Wassmuth Center Facebook page. “One of those values includes standing up to confront hate.”

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The Idaho Anne Frank Human Rights Memorial was dedicated to the public in 2002 and was built by the Wassmuth Center. The memorial is located near the downtown Boise Library off the Greenbelt. You can also take a virtual tour of the memorial by clicking here

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