Anti-Bias Resources

  • For Educators
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These additional resources provide a wide range of tips, tools, strategies and lessons for K-12 educators, administrators, students and family members to promote diversity and anti-bias behavior in learning environments and society.

Classroom Tips and Strategies

Definitions and Language

Discussion/Activity Guides

Film Discussion/Activity Guides

  • Aftermath Teaching Guide: This guide provides an opportunity for students to learn more about the Holocaust and Jedwabne, understand anti-Semitism and its current day manifestations around the world and watch, discuss and extend the learning of the Aftermath film.
  • Anti-Semitism and The Merchant of Venice: A discussion guide for teachers to present The Merchant of Venice to their students, grades 9-12, as a guide to exploring the problematic issue of anti-Semitism as part of the broader discussion of the play.
  • The People v. Leo Frank: A teacher's guide with instructional materials that help students grades 9-12 explore the intersection of various forms of oppression and the complexity of bias incidents at the center of the Leo Frank case

Historical Information

Holidays, Events and Special Months

Podcasts and Webinars

  • Building Respectful School Climates: Webinar series to learn practical tips and strategies on bias and bullying and create a positive school climate.
  • Education Podcasts: Podcast interviews that offer rich and inspiring conversations with experts in the field and children's book authors.