A German kindergarten has announced that it will be dropping Anne Frank from its name after over 50 years to promote “diversity.”

The kindergarten in the town of Tangerhütte has been called the “Kindertagesstätte ‘Anne Frank’” since the 1970s.

It was named after the Jewish German girl who provided future generations with a firsthand insight into life in hiding under Nazi occupation.

Frank was ultimately captured during the Holocaust, taken to the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp in 1945, and murdered along with her sister.

However, parents and school officials no longer feel the Jewish Holocaust victim’s name is “diverse” or “inclusive” enough for their institution.

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