ADL's Miller Early Childhood Initiative

  • June 19, 2013

Early Messages Can Last a Lifetime

Learn strategies to prevent the development of prejudice from taking root in young children by participating in Miller Early Childhood Initiative Trainings (PDF) and using the resource books, created by ADL in partnership with Sesame Workshop. 

Filled with anti-bias tips and activities that easily integrate into daily routines, an evaluation by Barry School of Social Work (PDF) indicated that these below resources, along with training, successfully raised children's levels of respect and reduce their levels of bias.  

Bias-Free Foundations: Early Childhood Guidebook and Activities for Educators
  • This 64 page color resource book for early childhood educators is filled with activities and guidance on preventing prejudice among preschoolers.

  • View a sample activity Block People (PDF).

Bias-Free Foundations: Early Childhood Activities for Families
Bias-Free Foundations: Early Childhood Poster

The Miller Early Childhood Initiative training and resources have countered the development of prejudice in more than 190,000 preschoolers across the country. Share via Twitter Share via Facebook

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