Tools and Strategies

Education Resources on Refugees, Muslim People and Anti-Muslim Bigotry

Refugees in Keleti Train Station Budapest Hungary


Refugees standing up and waiting to take a train to Vienna in the Keleti train station with the supervision of hungarian police.

There are 1.91 billion Muslim people worldwide and Islam is currently the second largest religion in the world next to Christianity. Despite the fact that there are so many Muslims in the world, in many places there is a lack of understanding about Muslim people. In addition, anti-Muslim bigotry is manifesting in personal biases, stereotyping, microaggressions, identity-based bullying, biased rhetoric, hate crimes and more.  

The following education resources include lesson plans, children’s books, teaching tips and strategies, discussion guides for parents/family members and civil rights resources to help educators and others address the topics of Muslim people, anti-Muslim bigotry and refugees with young people.

Classroom Resources

Resources for Families and Educators

Children and Young Adult Literature and Resources