The following resources provide useful information to help
educators promote diversity, improve intergroup relations,
and to teach students about the harmful effects of bias and
hate. Materials to help educators work with youth following
events like the terrorist attacks on the United States in
September are also included.
Partners Against Hate Resources
- 101 Ways to Combat Prejudice
- A National Tragedy: Helping Children
- A WORLD OF DIFFERENCE�� Institute
- All Together Now
- America Pesponds: PBS Classroom
- Annual Report on School Safety, 1998 Model
- Building One Nation A Study of What is
Being Done Today in schools
- Bullying in Schools, Educational Resource
Information Center Digest
- Can't We All Just Get Along? Dealing with
Hate & Bias in Schools
- Center for the Prevention of Hate
- Character Program Impacts South Dakota
- Children's Creative Response to
- Civil Rights in Schools More about
Equality than Integration News Bureau
- Colorado Organization for Victim
- Committee for Children- Youth Violence
- Crisis Fact Sheet: Helping Children Cope
- Educators for Social
- Empowering Children in the Aftermath of
- ERIC Digest- Bullying in Schools
- Facing History and Ourselves
- Hate Crimes on Campus
- Hate Crimes Research Network
- Hate Hurts: How Children Learn and Unlearn
- Hate.com: Extremist on the
- Helping Children Cope with Tragic Loss
Thirteen Online Education
- Implementing an Anti-Bias Curriculum in
Early Childhood Classrooms
- Kids Cope by Sharing Hope
- Leadership Conference Education
- Leadership for Equality, Antiracism,
Diversity and Educational Reform
- National Coalition for Equity in
- National Conference for Community and
- National Crime Prevention Council
- National Resource Center for Safe
- National Youth Violence Prevention
- Northwest Regional Educational
- Not in Our Town
- Not in Our Town Toolkit
- Pathways to Tolerance: Student
- Preventing Violence by Elementary School
Children, ERIC/CUE Digest, NO. 149
- Preventing Youth Hate Crime: A Manual for
Schools And Communities
- Project Against Bullying
- Protecting Students from Harassment and
Hate Crimes: A Guide for Schools
- Reactions and Guidelines for Children
- Resolving Conflict Creatively
- Rethinking Schools
- School Violence Prevention Demonstation
- Schools and Crisis: Selected Resources
from Education Week
- Stop Hate 2000
- Stop the Hate
- Talking to Children About Violence and
Other Sensitive and Complex Issues in the World
- The Changing Context of Education: "Sticks
- Trends in Peace Education. Educational
Resource Information Center Digest
- U.S. Department of Education
- U.S. Department of Education, Safe and
- Unlocking Parent Potential - Principal
Leadership, Sept. 2001, Vol.2, No.1
- Words Can Heal.org
- Working Against Violence
- Youth Leadership.com
Lesson Plans Online:
Derman-Sparks, L., and the A.B.C. Task Force. 1989.
Anti-Bias Curriculum: Tools for Empowering Young
. Washington, District of Columbia: National
Association for the Education of Young Children.
Lee, E., Menkart, D., and Okazawa-Rey, D., eds. 1998.
Beyond Heroes and Holidays: A Practical Guide to K-12
Anti-Racist, Multicultural Education and Staff
Development. Washington, District of Columbia: Network of
Educators on the Americas.
Robinson, J. S. et al. 1997. Building Cultural
Bridges. Bloomington, Indiana: National Education
Garrity, C. et al. 2000. Bully-Proofing Your Elementary
School, 2d ed. . Longmont, Colorado: Sopris West.
Bonds, M., and Soker, S. 2000. Bully-Proofing Your
School: A Comprehensive Approach for Middle Schools.
Longmont, Colorado: Sopris West.
Bisson, J. 1997. Celebrate! An Anti-Bias Guide to
Enjoying Holidays in Early Childhood Programs. St. Paul,
Minnesota: Redleaf Press.
Manning, M.L. 1994. Celebrating Diversity:
Multicultural Education in Middle Level Schools.
Columbus, Ohio: National Middle School Association.
Bigman, L, Chappelle, S. with Hillyer, F. 1998.
Diversity in Action: Using Adventure Activities to Explore
Issues of Diversity with Middle School and High School Age
Youth.. New York, New York: Simon and Schuster Custom
Slaby, R. et al. 1995. Early Violence Prevention: Tools
for Teachers of Young Children. Washington, District of
Columbia: National Association for the Education of Young
McLaughlin, K.A., and Brilliant, K.J. 1997. Healing the
Hate: A National Bias Crime Prevention Curriculum for Middle
Schools. Newton, Massachusetts: Education Development
Center, Inc. .
1998. Inclusive Curriculum: The Silent Minority Comes
to the Classroom.. Los Angeles, California: Gay, Lesbian,
and Straight Education Network.
Schniewind, N., and Davidson, E. 1998. Open Minds to
Equality: A Sourcebook of Learning Activities to Affirm
Diversity and Promote Equality. Needham Heights,
Massachusetts: Allyn & Bacon.
Derman-Sparks, L., and Brunson-Phillips, C. 1997.
Teaching/Learning Anti-Racism. New York, New York:
Teachers College Press.
Beane, A.L. 1999. The Bully Free Classroom.
Minneapolis, Minnesota: Free Spirit Publishing.
Shiman, D.A. 1994. The Prejudice Book: Activities for
the Classroom. New York, New York: Anti-Defamation
A Time for Justice: America's Civil Rights Movement. 1992 :
Both of My Moms' Names Are Judy: Children of Lesbians and
Gays Speak Out. 1994 : Lesbian and Gay Parents
Bully No More: Stopping the Abuse. 2000 : IMS
Different and the Same. 1995 : Family Communications.
Different and the Same. 1995 : Family Communications.
Growing Up in the City: Discovering Race. 1998 : The
Merrow Report, a production of Learning Matters, Inc .
It's Elementary: Talking about Gay Issues in Schools. 1996
: Women's Educational Media.
Names Can Really Hurt Us. : WCBS-TV.
Not in Our Town. 1995 : The Working Group.
Out of the Past. 1998 : Gay, Lesbian, and Straight
Prejudice: A Big Word for a Little Kid. 1991 :
Starting Small: Teaching Tolerance in Preschool and the
Early Grades. 1997 : Teaching Tolerance.
The Shadow of Hate: A History of Intolerance in America.
1995 : TeachingTolerance.
The Truth about Hate. 1999 : AIMS Multimedia.
The Unbiased Mind. 1995 : Learning Seed Company.
Who Killed Vincent Chin?. 1989 : Film Makers Library.