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Check Your Knowledge! - Exercises, Quizzes and Teaching Activities
In these pages you will find more than 2,000 links to prejudice-related resources, as well as searchable databases with hundreds of prejudice researchers and social justice organizations.
On the right of the page, you'll also find a variety of interactive exercises offering unique perspectives on prejudice, stereotyping, and discrimination.
Although this web site is intended to supplement a McGraw-Hill anthology entitled Understanding Prejudice and Discrimination, all pages and activities are freely available and can be used with other texts or on their own.
Pop Culture Reading - Articles on Race and Ethnicity
Penguin Random House - Teacher's Guide
NOTE TO THE TEACHER
Touching on a range of topics, Coates’s letter to his adolescent son is a deeply ruminative and moving meditation. The impetus for the book is Coates’s attempt to situate himself within our current fraught racial climate, while grappling with our nation’s history of slavery. As the book progresses, he offers philosophical investigations into systems of slavery, police brutality, what it means to parent a child, and other topics that are of critical import for understanding identity in twenty-first-century America. However, there are ultimately no clear answers, making this text an excellent resource for discussion, reflection, and re-reading.
Our Private Idaho
“Our Private Idaho” captures the complexity of living in an overwhelmingly white community, exploring life in Coeur d’Alene from a variety of perspectives. We hear from the lawyer who successfully fought the activities of the Aryan Nations over 15 years ago, white migrants who’ve more recently sought a refuge in the town’s idyllic setting, the city’s first African-American firefighter (a designation he dislikes) and the co-owner of a local Mexican restaurant besieged by white supremacists but ultimately supported by the community
As a Teacher and a Daughter: The Impact of Islamophobia
One way to mitigate the impact of Islamophobia is to teach our students about it. We need to expose and critique the myths being constructed about Islam all around them in the media, in public discourse, and even in their classrooms.
Teaching a People's History - African American
Materials for adults including lessons, websites, videos, and more.
Embrace Diversity- Learn a New Language
Learn a new language on the go or at home. Log in using your Rasmussen credentials to access Mango Languages!