People are people
Many people have gone through prejudice and unfair treatment. For example, women were not allowed to vote until 1920, African Americans were not given fair treatment until the Brown vs. The Board of Education, and the Jews were treated like slaves, and killed, during the holocaust.
Delibrate acts of kindness
Many people during the holocaust risked their life to try and helped Jews. Some times it helped and sometimes it did not and they were caught. The people in hiding are helped by Otto Frank’s four employees: Miep Gies, Johannes Kleiman, Victor Kugler and Bep Voskuijl. Miep’s husband Jan Gies helps too; and Bep’s father Jan Voskuijl is also involved. Anne Frank once said "Never have they uttered a single word about the burden we must be, never have they complained that we were too much trouble. They come upstairs every day and talk to the men about business and politics, to the women about food and wartime difficulties and to the children about books and newspapers."