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California educator criticized for Anne Frank tweets

(JTA) – An administrator at a California high school is being criticized for two light-hearted tweets about Anne Frank, the famous Holocaust victim whose diary from her years in hiding inspired a play and movie. Charles Mazet, assistant principal at Palm Desert High School in Palm Springs, California, promoted a school production of “The Diary of Anne Frank” on Twitter by saying, “Who be hiding from the Nazis? Find out next week during the play” and “Who be Anne Frank?”, the Desert Sun reported Nov. 6.

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