Wednesday, September 5, 2012

Speak Up At School: How to respond to everyday prejudice, bias, and stereotypes

Although the following material is intended for adults working in a school setting, the material can be helpful to people of all ages and in all walks of life.

At the request of educators, "Teaching Tolerance," a project of the Southern Poverty Law Center has developed a guide entitled:  SPEAK UP AT SCHOOL:  HOW TO RESPOND TO EVERYDAY PREJUDICE, BIAS, AND STEREOTYPES.

"Teaching Tolerance" says that the guide is "for educators who want to develop the skills to speak up themselves and who want to help their students find the courage to speak up too."

CLICK HERE for the guide for educators.

CLICK HERE for the pocket guide version of "Speak Up At School."

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