Teach students about disability rights activist Judy Heumann and what work in schools and communities still remains.
Use these activities to bring the history, culture and experience of the Jewish people and community to your classroom.
Teach students about the importance and power of symbols and explore with them how hate symbols can cause harm to individuals and society.
Teach students about what gossip and rumors are and the impact they have on others, especially those identity groups which may be more vulnerable to and marginalized by rumors and gossip.
Teach students about what disability means, and the tools and accommodations that people with disabilities need.
Teach students about the difference between intent and impact and why it matters.
Teach students about Bellen Woodard, how she became a "crayon activist," and how they can change something they think is unjust.
Teach students about political violence, public opinion about political violence, and specific incidents of political violence.
Teach high school students about Indian boarding schools and their impact on the lives of Indigenous children, assimilation and loss of human lives.
Use these activities to bring the history, culture and experience of the AAPI (Asian American Pacific Islander) people and community to your classroom.