» Human Rights - Tolerance
+ - Anti-Defamation League Education
+ - CivilRights.org
CivilRights.org is a collaboration of the Leadership Conference on Civil Rights and the Leadership Conference on Civil Rights Education Fund. Its mission is to serve as the site of record for relevant and up-to-the minute civil rights news and information. Publications include email newsletters; the Civil Rights Monitor, a quarterly publication that reports on civil rights issues; and a variety of reports and curricula that are designed to build understanding of social and economic justice.
+ - National Association for the Advancement of Colored People
The fundamental goal of the NAACP’s education advocacy agenda is to provide all students access to quality education. The Education Department’s resources are strategically focused on (1) preventing racial discrimination in educational programs and services, (2) advancing educational excellence and (3) promoting an equal opportunity education agenda. To these ends, NAACP provides consulting and training presentations to local schools and organizations.
+ - Questia
Questia provides access to high quality academic books and articles from 250 leading publishers. This site reviews Best Books and Articles on Teaching Tolerance. Related topics are also reviews: multiculturalism, race relations, stereotypes, racism, prejudice, post September 11 and religious tolerance. Questia has access to 56,000 books and 1,000,000 articles on a variety of subjects.
+ - Southern Poverty Law Center, Teaching Tolerance
Teaching Tolerance supports the efforts of K-12 teachers and other educators in promoting respect for differences and appreciation of diversity. It publishes a semiannual magazine that profiles educators, schools and program promoting diversity and equity in replicable ways. It produces and distributes free, high-quality anti-bias multimedia kits. It also provides grant opportunities for K-12 educators who develop anti-bias projects in their schools and communities.
+ - The Tandem Project
The mission of the Tandem Project is to promote, sponsor and support United Nations declarations that call for the elimination of all forms of intolerance and discrimination based upon religion or belief. It has partnered with several academic institutions in the publication of books and reports on international freedom of religion or belief. In collaboration with the Minnesota Human Rights Center it has produced Lifting the Spirit, a curriculum focused upon the worship, observances, practices and teachings of all religions or beliefs that are fundamental to human rights principles. The site also has valuable links to other organizations with similar agendas.