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Funded by the U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, and the U.S. Department of Education, Safe and Drug-Free Schools Program.

PAH Publications
Partners Against Hate develops publications to assist all segments of the community as they work with youth to address hate violence.
 

Program Activity Guide: Helping Children Resist Bias and Hate, 1st Edition
This guide will provide individuals who work and interact with elementary school age children with the necessary tools and strategies to engage them in constructive discussions and activities about the causes and effects of prejudice and bias-motivated behavior, and to intervene, when needed, with children who engage in such behavior.
 

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Program Activity Guide: Helping Youth Resist Bias and Hate, 2nd Edition
This edition focuses on middle school aged youth. A companion resource to this publication contains lessons for middle school educators or youth service professionals to use within their existing curriculum. These lessons reinforce concepts discussed throughout the Program Activity Guide, 2d ed.
 

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Table of Contents

Introduction to This Guide

Background Information

Interacting with Children and Youth on Issues of Diversity and Bias

Proactive Tools and Strategies to Help Youth Resist Prejudice and Hate

Guidelines for Intervention and Outreach

Bibliographies

References

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Building Community and Combating Hate: Lessons for the Middle School Classroom
This resource is a compilation of lesson plans exploring four themes focused on (1) interpersonal communication/conflict resolution, (2) the escalation of hate and violence, (3) the consequences of scapegoating and bias in history, and (4) the rights, challenges, and responsibilities of living in a democracy.

Use this resource as a companion to the Program Activity Guide, 2d ed. Teachers and other adults who work with youth are encouraged to use as many of the lessons as possible to ensure that all of the key concepts discussed throughout the Program Activity Guide are addressed.

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Table of Contents

Introduction

Lesson 1. Ground Rules for Discussion

Lesson 2. Who Am I? Introduction to Diversity

Lesson 3. Diversity of Beliefs and Values

Lesson 4. Stereotypes

Lesson 5. Prejudice

Lesson 6. Name-Calling

Lesson 7. Misinformation and Rumors

Lesson 8. The Escalation of Hate

Lesson 9. Personal Responsibility

Lesson 10. Remembering Those Hurt by Hate

Glossary of Terms

Bibliographies

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Peer Leadership: Helping Youth Become Change Agents in Their Schools and Communities
This guide provides educators, law enforcement personnel, parents, and other family and community members with information and resources for establishing peer leadership programs in secondary schools and youth service organizations that give students the skills and confidence to stand up for civility in their schools and communities and to become role models in confronting bias-motivated harassment.

Table of Contents

Introduction to This Guide

The Need for Peer Leadership Programs

Peer Leadership Program Implementation

Peer Leadership Programs

The Partners Against Hate Peer Leadership Model

References

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Investigating Hate Crimes on the Internet
This technical assistance brief provides law enforcement officials, policymakers, and others essential information about the growing problem of hate crimes on the Internet and tips for investigation and prosecution of hate crimes on the Internet. 
 

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Hate on the Internet: A Response Guide for Educators and Families
This manual will equip parents, educators, librarians, and other members of the community with specific tools to help young people recognize and negotiate hate on the Internet.
 

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Table of Contents

Introduction to This Guide

Defining the Problem: The Internet as a Tool for Hate

Helping Children Navigate the Internet Safely

Practical Tools for Educators and Families

Bibliographies

References

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