The description of Anne Frank Project
AFProject is the official App for the Anne Frank Project’s annual social justice festival AFP 2015: Identity, Inclusion and the World at SUNY Buffalo State, September 16 & 17. It is also the best way to stay in touch with AFP’s local, national, and international initiatives all year long. Log in, get updated, stay connected.
The AFProject App allows you to:
Explore information about sessions, art exhibits, and performances
View schedules, session dates and times, and event locations
Create your own personal schedule of events
Read speaker biographies
Check-in to sessions, performances, and events
Expand your networking through in-app communication
View activity feed
Share your experience through social media like Facebook and Twitter!
Features of AFProject App:
Update - fast and easy way to share comments and photos
Locate - let people know where you are and what sessions you are attending
Agenda - View the full calendar of sessions, workshops, performances, and exhibits
Activity - Stay connected! View session photos, read comments, see where people are and what they are doing, “like” events and speakers, checkin, and find trending topics.
Presenters - See who is speaking and performing at AFP, and connect with them on the App
Profile - create your profile, featuring your name, photo, title, and company
Enjoy the festival, and welcome to our community!
The Anne Frank Project is a social justice initiative of SUNY Buffalo State in Buffalo, New York. Our mission: AFP uses storytelling as a vehicle for community building, conflict resolution, and identity exploration. Inspired by the wisdom of Anne Frank, AFP surfaces and shares stories stifled by oppression. AFP - Improving the world one story at a time.