These lessons for K12 students can also be used in community colleges and with adults. I curated these for #USvsHate, so they are designed to counteract explicit bigotry while being an onramp to much deeper work on each “ism” in schools. I’m working right now to add youth-facing lessons based on Schooltalk and Everyday Antiracism, drawing attention to opportunity-oriented racism and inequality in schools:
- Lessons for Building an Inclusive School Community (from #USvsHate)
- These lessons help build inclusive relationships, start to challenge stereotypes, and explore overarching issues of empathy, bias, bullying, and ally behavior. Start here if the people in your group don’t know each other well.
- Lessons on Specific Forms of Hate, Bias, and Inequality (from #USvsHate)
- These lessons build a stronger foundation to explore and refuse specific forms of hate, bias, and inequality needing attention in specific communities and the nation.