“Volunteering for the Anne Frank Project as a freshman in 2012 was one of the most unforgettable experiences I've had at Buffalo State College. At first, I had no real idea what the AFP meant to the school, the Buffalo community, and its partners until I volunteered. As a volunteer, I not only experienced the behind-the-scenes work that's required to make a conference of this caliber so successful, but I also was privileged to meet inspiring students and presenters.
For the first time, I became directly engaged with issues such as intolerance, hate, and injustice, and was given the practical tools to make a difference. Because of the AFP, I now have what it takes to go out into the world and be a maker of change for the better. Volunteer today; your life will not be the same!” – Lazarus Lynch, AFP 2012 Volunteer.
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