Race, Culture, Ethnicity & Religion
Parent Guide: Beyond The Golden Rule Parent guide to prevent and respond to prejudice.
ADL Lessons for Students to Address Bias Lessons and activities to teach students about bias and respect for diversity.
Anti-Defamation League The ADL has an excellent selection of free materials to address diversity and bias.
Yo! Disabled and Proud Yo! has a collection of disability history data, materials and social studies lesson plans for California's Disability History week. California was the 23rd state in the nation to implement a Disability History Week.
ADL - Equal Treatment, Equal Access AntiDefamation League - Raising Awareness About People with Disabilities and Their Struggle for Equal Rights Lesson Plans K-12
Educating my students about Sikhism Teaching Tolerance.org has excellent instructional materials. This blog on Sikhism gives a few facts about the world's 5th largest religion
Sikhism - the world's 5th largest religion This comprehensive website explains the history, origins, philosphy and practices of Sikhism.
World Religions Religion, or at least religious inquiry, is something that virtually all humans have in common. The goal of www.ReligionFacts.com is to provide free, reliable information on various religions, as well as the rituals and customs that go along with them.
Who Are The Sikhs? This brochure gives an overview of the Sikh religion.
Helping Sikh Children Deal with Bullying This booklet gives advice for Sikh parents and children on bias based bullying.
Boy Inspires School Touching video about a boy with cerebal palsy and the encouragement of his coach and classmate.
2012 Sports Illustrated Kids of the Year - Long Brothers Conner & Caiden won the coveted Sports Illustrated 2012 Kid Athlete of the Year. Connor's teammate is his brother Caiden has cerebal palsy. Suitable for all audiences.
PSA If You Only Knew PSA produced by students of Wilson HS to increase understanding and respect of each other. Time 1:43. Suitable for all audience
I have 99 problems; palsy is just one of them "I have cerebral palsy. I shake all the time," Maysoon Zayid announces at the beginning of this exhilarating, hilarious talk. With grace and wit, the Arab-American comedian takes us on a whistle-stop tour of her adventures as an actress, stand-up comic, philanthropist and advocate for the disabled.