What skills are necessary within diverse societies?
What are the benefits and challenges of living in a diverse society?
How can we make connections across our differences?
Is antisemitism entering my world? In what ways do I confront it?
This weekend’s antisemitic attack in California and shootings in Tennessee and Maryland have left communities across the United States reeling. No matter where you live, your students may be feeling fear, anxiety or even trauma. These resources will help you support students, fight antisemitic hate and stand against gun violence.
- Addressing Antisemitic Hate With Students
- When Bad Things Happen
- Youth—United! Gun Violence Is a Permanent Issue
Eleven people are dead after an anti-Semitic gunman opened fire at a synagogue in Pittsburgh. While moments of hatred and violence may feel all-too-common these days, we urge you to use the resources in this edition of The Moment to talk to your students about how hate takes hold and what they can do to fight it.
- Pittsburgh Shooting Reminds Us Why We Must Talk About Hate
- Remarks by the President at Reception Commemorating the Enactment of the Matthew Shepard and James Byrd, Jr., Hate Crimes Prevention Act
- Charlottesville Roundup: Lessons to Use in Your Classroom Today