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Confront Racism, Antisemitism, & Hatred
- Antisemitic Incidents: Being an Ally, Advocate and Activist (ADL) - Lesson for grades 7-12, 45 minutes
This lesson provides an opportunity for students to learn about and reflect on current antisemitic incidents, understand how people and groups can make a difference, and explore the various ways different people and groups can act as allies, advocates and activists in order to enact change.
- Take Action: Confronting Racism and Injustice - 20 Things You Can Do
- 9 Activities for Teaching & Confronting Antisemitism, Racism, and Bias
- Report an antisemitic, bias, or discriminatory incident (ADL)
- Standing Up to Hatred and Intolerance
Facing Hi and Ourselves has created three lessons with numerous resouces to engage students as civic actors, thinkers and problem sol s addressing global challenges of membership and belonging that include contemporary antisemitism, racism, and xenophobia, with one lesson specific to the refugee crisis.
- Civil Society: Whose Job is it to Guarantee We All Live in One?
A lesson from Centropa. Geared toward grade 8 and can be adjusted. This lesson is designed to introduce students to the UN Declaration of Human Rights and to help them realize the need for individual civic responsibility to assure that these rights are reality for all humans. The lesson uses Survival in Sarajevo as an example of this responsibility in action and its impact during the Siege of Sarajevo.