Protecting the Future from Genocide | Teaching Tolerance

This post is from an older article that was posted by Teaching Tolerance. However, I thought it would be a good idea to remind us all that genocide continues in many sections of the world.

After the Holocaust, Elie Wiesel eloquently stated “never again.” Since he first uttered this compelling sentiment, genocides have erupted across the world—from Guatemala to Cambodia.

Protecting the Future from Genocide | Teaching Tolerance.

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SPLC Salutes Students Standing up for Their Rights | Teaching Tolerance

From the authors:

As the school year draws to a close, the SPLC salutes just a few of the students this year who fought the good fight, challenging homophobia and gender discrimination in their schools. If it’s true that young people are our future, the future is looking pretty diverse, free and fabulous. We hope you are as inspired to read about them as we at the SPLC have been to work with them.

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Artfully Creating the Right Group Dynamic | Teaching Tolerance

Teaching Tolerance is one of my favorite educational web sites. Mixing it up is one of the best ways to learn about differences in people. I’m sharing a blog from an art teacher that fostered the development of a group work of art. Read on for a super idea!

Artfully Creating the Right Group Dynamic | Teaching Tolerance.

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