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Parents and Families Against Hate
By helping our children to recognize and talk about discrimination, we help them to become adults who will work to end it.
Partners Against Hate Resources

Help youth resist bias and hate
Download the PAH Program Activity Guide:
Elementary edition (PDF)
Middle school edition (PDF)

Download Building Community and Combating Hate: Lessons for the Middle School Classroom (PDF)

How to talk to your children about bias and prejudice
Help nurture a respect for difference.
Identify, understand, and address bias and hate
Learn more about your child's stages of development and how they are affected by bias, discrimination, and hate crime.
What can parents do to prevent the spread of hate-motivated behavior?
Get some ideas from our Hate Response Network.
Help your child move beyond thinking to action
Order our multi-media learning system.

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Other Resources

Teach Your Children to Understand Their Own Biases
"No Place For Hate: 101 Way You Can Beat Prejudice" contains a Citizen's Action Guide to help you fight hate in your community.

"All Together Now!" is a downloadable guide that provides the tools to help young children participate fully in a multicultural society.

"Hate Hurts" is an essential tool to help adults teach children not to hate.

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