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Teaching the 2020 Election: What Will You Do on Wednesday?

By HHRC | November 3, 2020 | Comments Off on Teaching the 2020 Election: What Will You Do on Wednesday?

Chelyabinsk As Election Day approaches, educators should prepare to support students no matter the result.

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The Black Lives Matter Movement Goes Beyond Black and White

By Teaching Tolerance | October 30, 2020 | Comments Off on The Black Lives Matter Movement Goes Beyond Black and White

BY SARAH SAID, published October 15, 2020 on Teaching Tolerance I am not Black; I am a Middle Eastern Muslim woman who wears hijab. Although Middle Eastern Muslims face bias and Islamophobia on a daily basis, the community I come from has not experienced the same abuse that the Black community has received.  But my emotions have been high since the death of George Floyd. I can identify with the fear of being pulled over by police while being alone or anger when I cannot attain opportunities because of the way I look. What Black and brown people have in…

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How the Nazis persecuted LGBTQ people

By Erica Nadelhaft | October 28, 2020 | Comments Off on How the Nazis persecuted LGBTQ people

Papeete Homosexual prisoners wore a pink triangle on their uniforms. If a prisoner was both homosexual and Jewish, a pink inverted triangle would be superimposed over a regular yellow one. This system allowed camp guards and other prisoners to instantly identify where an inmate came from and what type of prisoner he was.

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What Anti-racism Really Means for Educators

By Teaching Tolerance | October 16, 2020 | Comments Off on What Anti-racism Really Means for Educators

Ridgecrest As anti-racism becomes a popular goal for schools across the nation, this TT advisory board member considers what it really means to be an anti-racist educator.

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HHRC Artifact: Unknown Man, Homosexual

By HHRC | October 15, 2020 | Comments Off on HHRC Artifact: Unknown Man, Homosexual

23375: Unknown Man, Homosexual. Between 5,000 and 15,000 homosexuals were sent to concentration camps during the Holocaust, and thousands were murdered. From the Dennis Ring Collection donated to the HHRC

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