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Collection

Combating Antisemitism and Racism

Help students strengthen their civic voices by exploring examples of individuals who are choosing to participate and make their voices heard in their communities.

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Collection

Language

English — US

Subject

  • Civics & Citizenship
  • History
  • Social Studies

Grade

6–12
  • Antisemitism

Overview

About This Collection

As we think about helping students develop and strengthen their civic voices, it's important to provide them with models who demonstrate how to use tools to improve the democratic society we live in, for all community members. As Paul Kivel once wrote, “Sometimes change comes not in the first round, but at the second, third or fourth. Change starts with one person questioning, challenging, speaking up and doing something to make a difference. We can each make a difference.” How are today’s students choosing to participate and making voices heard in their communities.

This collection is designed to be flexible. You can use all of the resources or choose a selection best suited to your classroom. It includes:

  • 2 on-demand webinars
  • 1 mini-unit 
  • 1 lesson
  • 2 mini-lessons
  • 1 reading

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