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Madres de Plaza de Mayo

Every Thursday, the Madres march around the plaza while wearing white head scarves to bring attention to the children of Argentina that have been taken and never returned.
Grade Level
6-8
Teaching Tolerance Staff
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Witch Hunting

In this essay, the author draws parallels between the "witch hunts" experienced in 1692 in Salem, Massachusetts and in 1950 in the U.S. government at U.S. Senator Joseph McCarthy's urgings.
Grade Level
6-8
Teaching Tolerance Staff
Subject
Civics
History
Social Justice Domain
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Hawaiians Live in Aloha

Screenshot of "A Place in the Middle: The True Meaning of Aloha" intro sequence.
This animation sequence explains traditional Hawaiian gender roles and their conception of māhū, or the middle. Kumu Hina, a teacher at Hālau Lōkahi— a public charter school in Hawaii—also discusses the history of colonization and its impact on Hawaiian culture.
Grade Level
Dean Hamer and Joe Wilson
Subject
History
Geography
Social Justice Domain
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“We Lived in a Bubble”

Elizabeth MacQueen is the sculptor of Four Spirits, a monument built to memorialize the four girls killed in the bombing of the 16th Street Baptist Church. In her memoir, she discusses how the project revealed to her how sheltered she had been as a child growing up in Birmingham.
Grade Level
Elizabeth MacQueen