Source: Idaho Statesman
The Wassmuth Center for Human Rights in Boise will break ground in August for a new outdoor community classroom. The building project will complete the Anne Frank Human Rights Memorial site at 777 S. 8th St. near the Greenbelt and the main branch of the Boise Public Library.
The open-air classroom, designed by Boise firm Erstad Architects, will be visually similar to the existing stone elements at the memorial and will provide permanent seating for 30 to 35 people, said Dan Prinzing, the Wassmuth Center’s executive director.
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