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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.

Preventing Hate, Promoting Respect CD-Rom Tool and Manual

Preventing Hate, Promoting Respect is a tool to engage students in thinking about their own biases, their experiences with diversity and discrimination, and the essential social skill for living in a diverse society. More importantly, this tool provides concrete strategies for moving students beyond just thinking, to actually changing their own social behavior and positively influencing that of their peers.

The software program allows for flexible scope and sequence, so that you can take advantage of "teachable" moments. Topics covered by the Preventing Hate, Promoting Respect program have been organized into two sequenced categories: "Building Skills" and "Exploring Diversity," making it easy for you to just "click and go." The first set of topics is designed to help students explore thoughts and feelings about diversity, and help them to reflect on personal experience and think about themselves in relation to people whose race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, or abilities may be different from their own. The second category of topics promotes life skills essential not just for positive intergroup relations, but for positive interpersonal and intragroup relations as well. Discussion questions are built into each lesson.

The Manual that accompanies the CD includes a background section on the nature of hate crimes; offers suggestions for adults to explore their own experiences with diversity and bias; and provides a handout to introduce students to the program.

To receive a copy of the Preventing Hate, Promoting Respect CD-Rom tool, contact:

Project Director
Partners Against Hate
1100 Connecticut Avenue, NW
Suite #1020
Washington, DC 20036
202.452.8310 tel
202.296.2371 fax
webmaster@partnersagainsthate.org

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