Fall 2017 Magazine Spotlight
The Fall issue of Teaching Tolerance magazine is here! From the cover feature on recognizing and combating the “alt-right” in school to our inspiring One World poster with words from Fred Rogers, this issue offers a wealth of timely, practical resources for educators.
What Is the “Alt-Right”?
Speaking of Digital Literacy…
Teaching From the Bulls-eye
Defending DACA and Busting Immigration Myths
The Trump Administration and Justice Department have continually tried to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program. How does this affect your students, their families and even your colleagues? Learn more about how you can take action to defend DACA, and browse classroom resources on debunking common immigration myths.
DACA Decision Puts DREAMers Back in Limbo
Ten Myths About Immigration
Little Rock, Arkansas Anniversary
Get ready to observe the anniversary of the integration of Central High School and to teach about the Little Rock Nine. These resources can help you contextualize these historic events, connect past to present and celebrate the power of young people to change history.
Little Rock 60 Years Later
Little Rock Helps Students Connect With History
Burning 'Brown' to the Ground
Responding to Charlottesville
In response to the terrifying and deadly “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, in 2017, use the highlighted resources to contextualize the event for students and to learn about the alt-right movement and white supremacy at large.