This discussion guide about the musical Parade will help middle and high school students and adults reflect upon and discuss the themes and artistic elements of Parade.
Commemorated each year in the month of June, LGBTQ+ Pride Month honors the 1969 Stonewall uprising in New York City. In June of 1969, patrons and supporters of the Stonewall Inn staged an uprising to resist the police harassment and persecution to which LGBTQ+ Americans were commonly subjected. This uprising marked the beginning of a movement to outlaw discriminatory laws and practices against LGBTQ+ Americans. Today, LGBTQ+ Pride Month celebrations include pride parades, picnics, parties,…
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.
Short Online Experience to Learn about this Core Topic For Administrators, Faculty and Staff | College & University About the Mini-Lesson This mini-lesson for administrators, faculty and staff provides an introduction to implicit bias and explores how bias impacts campuses. Participants will learn and develop strategies they can use to create more equitable and inclusive communities. ADL's mini-lessons are short, interactive, online lessons for educators and staff to learn…
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.
There are many benefits of humor. A good joke can ease tension in a stressful situation. Humor can connect people and bring them together. Jokes can bring levity to a situation that begs for lightheartedness. Being funny can signal to others who you are. Humor can even open a conversation that previously felt closed or off-limits. However, jokes and humor, when they target social identity groups, can do the opposite. They can make people feel unsafe, disconnected, excluded and…
Build skills to recognize and address antisemitism by exploring Jewish identity and unpacking the definition of antisemitism.
Definiciones de antisemitismo, antisionismo y prejuicio antiisraelí comúnmente utilizadas y malinterpretadas.
Estrategias para estar preparado ante situaciones antisemitas o antiisraelíes de la vida real a las que podrías enfrentarte y que han ocurrido en campus universitarios.
Si tú u otro estudiante judío es objeto de ataques en el campus, pueden estar preparados. Conoce a quién dirigirte, qué hacer y qué no hacer.
Preguntas frecuentes sobre la libertad de expresión, su protección y las diferencias entre universidades públicas y privadas.
Cómo mantener un debate concienzudo sobre el conflicto palestino-israelí y evitar los errores más comunes que podrían invocar el antisemitismo, el sesgo o la intolerancia.
Medidas proactivas que puedes tomar para disminuir el impacto de la actividad antisraelí en el campus y estar preparado en caso de tener que responder.
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 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.
Has your school experienced a sports-related bias or hate incident? Athletic directors, coaches and school administrators play vital roles in creating a sports environment where all student-athletes can feel included and thrive. Just as schools expect staff, students and their families to uphold positive community values such as respect, inclusion and equity in the classroom and other places within the school building, as well as in digital spaces, schools sometimes fall short of…
ADL has developed resources to help you respond to antisemitic incidents and anti-Israel bias. Explore these tools and learn more.
Definitions of antisemitism, anti-Zionism and anti-Israel bias.