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SWOOSH!

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In this story, Hani faces the decision of removing her hijab in order to play in a basketball tournament or sitting on the bench and watching the game. With the support of her teammates, she stands up to injustice and makes an important decision.
Grade Level
Ann Malaspina
Subject
Civics
Social Justice Domain
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Multimedia

When Loud Music Turned Deadly

This op-doc about the murder of Jordan Davis is compiled from home videos, interviews with Davis’ father and footage of Michael Dunn, the man who murdered Davis. The video includes Davis’ father speaking about his young son, as well as Dunn describing the events leading up to the murder.
Grade Level
Orlando Bagwell and Marc Silver
Subject
Civics
Social Justice Domain
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Informational

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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Informational

James Reeb

This essay details James Reeb’s calling to become a minister and—eventually—to join the march in Selma. Although he was tragically murdered following the march, his death had a profound impact on the civil rights movement.
Grade Level
Teaching Tolerance Staff
Subject
Civics
History
Geography
Social Justice Domain
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Informational

Hope, Despair and Memory

"Hope, Despair and Memory" is an address given by Elie Wiesel on December 11, 1986, the date Wiesel was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize. Wiesel is an author and humanitarian and is known for writing about his experience as a survivor of the Holocaust.
Grade Level
Elie Wiesel
Subject
History
Social Justice Domain