Teaching Tolerance is a project of the Southern Poverty Law Center, which is dedicated to fighting hate and bigotry and to seeking justice for the most vulnerable members of our society.
Teaching Tolerance partners with a number of outstanding organizations to offer diverse content through the Perspectives texts library and professional development resources.
StoryCorps preserves and shares humanity’s stories with a mission to build connections between people and to create a more just and compassionate world. Story Corps has contributed content to our Perspectives text library.
Upfront is a news magazine published by The New York Times for use in high school classrooms. Its articles examine important contemporary and historical events. Upfront has contributed content to our Perspectives text library.
A professional development project of the Human Rights Campaign Foundation, Welcoming Schools provides training, resources and lessons to support respectful and inclusive elementary schools. Welcoming Schools has contributed content to our Perspectives text library.
NBC Learn, the education arm of NBC News, is dedicated to making historic resources and documents available to schools and families. NBC Learn has contributed content to our Perspectives text library.
The Museum of Tolerance (MOT) is dedicated to deepening visitors' understanding of the Holocaust and confronting prejudice and discrimination. Teaching Tolerance partners with MOT to train teachers on two of our curricular tools: the Perspectives text library and the Social Justice Standards.