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Youth Against Hate

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Partners Against Hate Resources

The following resources will help youth of all ages learn about diversity-related issues, the harmful effects of bias and hate, and ways to become actively involved in their communities. Also included are Web sites that encourage safe and responsible use of the Internet.
Partners Against Hate Resources
Internet Resources
Print Resources
Karnes, F.A., and Bean, S.M. 1995. Leadership for Students: A Practical Guide for Ages 8-18. Waco, Texas: Prufrock Press.

Hu, E 1995. A Level Playing Field: Sports and Race. Minneapolis, Minnesota: Lerner Publications.

Steiner, A. 1995. A Sporting Chance: Sports and Gender. Minneapolis, Minnesota: Lerner Publications.

Lucas, E. 1996. Civil Rights: The Long Struggle. Springfield, New Jersey: Enslow Publishers.

MacGregor, M.G. 1999. Designing Student Leadership Programs: Transforming the Leadership Potential of Youth. , : .

Osburn, K. 1994. Everything You Need to Know about Bias Incidents. New York, New York: The Rosen Publishing Group.

Palmer, E. 1995. Everything You Need to Know about Discrimination. New York, New York: The Rosen Publishing Group.

MacGregor, M.G. 1997. Leadership 101: Developing Leadership Skills for Resilient Youth (Facilitator's Guide and Student Workbook). , : .

Sturkie, J., and Hanson, C. 1992. Leadership Skills for Peer Group Facilitators. San Jose, California: Resource Publications, Inc.

Duvall, L. 1994. Respecting Our Differences: A Guide to Getting Along in a Changing World. Minneapolis, Minnesota: Free Spirit Publishing.

The Mosaic Youth Center Board of Directors with J. Griffin-Wiesner 2001. Step by Step! A Young Person's Guide to Positive Community Change. Minneapolis, Minnesota: Search Institute.

Kranz, R. 1991. Straight Talk about Prejudice. New York, New York: Facts on File.

Greenberg, S. 1999. The Jump Start Leadership Workbook Volume 2: Leading Others. Van Nuys, California: Jump Start Programs.

Greenberg, S. 1999. The Jump Start Leadership Workbook: Ignite Your Ability to Lead & Succeed. Van Nuys, California: Jump Start Programs.

Sturkie, J., and Gibson, V. 1992. The Peer Helper's Pocketbook. San Jose, California: Resource Publications, Inc.

Milios, R. 1995. Working Together Against Racism. New York, New York: The Rosen Publishing Group.

Video Resources
A Time for Justice: America's Civil Rights Movement. 1992 : Teaching Tolerance.

Names Can Really Hurt Us. : WCBS-TV.

Not in Our Town. 1995 : The Working Group.

The Truth about Hate. 1999 : AIMS Multimedia.

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