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TEACHING TOLERANCE

  1. SOUTHERN POVERTY LAW CENTER
    Anti-racism educational materials (see Ed. Resources, as well) available from this crusading center; Site map gives range of resources
  2. JUSTICE MATTERS INSTITUTE
    "Justice Matters Institute defines a socially just society as one in which every group has a voice, every culture is respected, and every individual has equal access to resources and means of communication."
  3. COURAGEOUS CONVERSATIONS ABOUT RACE
    Conversations about "how race impacts students and what teachers, principals, instructional aides and others can do to improve student learning across racial lines."
  4. ED JUSTICE
    "Our mission is to promote quality education for students of all races and cultures. To achieve this, we need to tackle issues of educational equity, culture, and institutional racism in education."
  5. COURAGEOUS CONVERSATIONS
    Courageous Conversations Guide
  6. TIME TO SPEAK UP
    "Courageous Conversations are conversations during which we discover the courage to speak openly, honestly and authentically with each other about issues that may be difficult for us to discuss."
  7. THE PEOPLES INSTITUTE RESOURCES
    "Racism is the single most critical barrier to building effective coalitions for social change. Racism has been consciously and systematically erected, and it can be undone only if people understand what it is, where it comes from, how it functions, and why it is perpetuated."
  8. THE PEOPLE'S INSTITUTE WEST
    "The Institute has worked with hundreds of organizations in the United States and abroad, serving approximately 75,000 people. In its twenty three years of operation, numerous groups credit the Undoing Racismô Workshop process as a springboard for much needed re-evaluation and subsequent growth."
  9. BEYOND DIVERSITY
    Describes the workings of "a powerful and personally transforming two-day workshop designed to help teachers, parents and administrators consider the implications of racism, exclusion and prejudice on student learning."
  10. FACING HISTORY AND OURSELVES HOME PAGE
    Premier human rights site with educational program and research; awesome!
  11. UN-DO RACISM
    "Racism has been done to everyone in the United States; therefore it can be 'undone'."
  12. P.A.X. -- PEOPLE AGAINST XENOPHOBIA
    Student art, writing and links from the Facing History program
  13. I*EARN
    Interactive Global student projects with human rights emphasis
  14. CONFLICT RESOLUTION
    Tools for Tolerance
  15. GANDHI TODAY/GANDHIAN PAGES
    Non-violence and other Gandhian programs
  16. ANNOTATED HOLOCAUST WEB SITES
    Numerous sites on teaching about the Holocaust and racism
  17. INTERRACIAL VOICE
    Extensive sites relating to cross racial contacts and relations
  18. THE ROOTS OF RACISM
    Thoughtful essay relating "groupthink" to racism and xenophobia
  19. GOOGLE DIRECTORY on RACE AND RACISM
    Numerous sites in addition to these
  20. PBS RACE RELATIONS BACKGROUND REPORTS
    Transcripts from The News Hour with Jim Leher
  21. YAHOO DIRECTORY: RACE AND RACISM
    Expansive site listings, well worth surveying
  22. UNITED STATES HOLOCAUST MEMORIAL MUSEUM
    Online exhibits and resources
  23. ANTI-DEFAMATION ONLINE
    Sections on hate crimes on campuses and hate groups on the internet, plus lots more
  24. THE SIMON WIESENTHAL CENTER
    Resources aimed at teaching tolerance and Holocaust history
  25. THE HOLOCAUST: A TRAGIC LEGACY
    Award-winning Thinkquest student site with superb resources
  26. MULTICULTURAL PAVILION'S TEACHER CORNER
    Deep and extensive array of links and resources for multicultural teaching, esp. in English and social studies
  27. CROSSPOINT ANTI RACISM
    Extensive links related to human rights, racism, and tolerance

TEACHING TOLERANCE--GRAPHICS


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