Explore with young people the experiences of people with disabilities, the bias and discrimination they face, and the struggle to continue fighting for their rights.
By Vashti Harrison
By Kelly Fritsch
Students explore examples based on young people’s real-life experiences of identity-based bullying and identify ways that their school can address and reduce this type of bullying.
Engage in a family conversation about what the current wave of anti-LGBTQ+ bills mean and how they relate to schools, students and families.
Teach students about disability rights activist Judy Heumann and what work in schools and communities still remains.
Build skills to recognize and address antisemitism by exploring Jewish identity and unpacking the definition of antisemitism.
Engage in a family conversation about what Title 42 is and how it relates to refugees seeking asylum at the U.S. border.
Engage in a discussion with young people about the Club Q shooting in Colorado Springs and the larger context of anti-LGBTQ+ hate.
Teach students about what disability means, and the tools and accommodations that people with disabilities need.
Engage in a family conversation about accommodations are and why people with disabilities need them.
Learn helpful approaches educators can use to talk with young people about extremism and how to help young people resist and counter it.
Talk with students about Kanye West's recent comments as an opening to discuss antisemitism and other forms of bias.
Learn about misinformation and disinformation, how to spot false and misleading information and what we can do about it – including finding accurate election-related information.