We put together a short overview of the kinds of projects and ideas your SPLC on Campus club might be interested in undertaking. Though there is no limit to the many ways you can help advance the SPLC's pursuit of justice and equality, we believe these activities are a great starting point.
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This updated guide offers ten methods for responding to hate, as well as the stories of people who worked to push hate out of their communities.
A national campaign launched by Teaching Tolerance over a decade ago, Mix It Up at Lunch Day encourages students to identify, question and cross social boundaries.
Teaching Tolerance's educational kits and subscriptions to its magazine are FREE to classroom teachers, librarians, school counselors, school administrators, professors of education, youth directors at houses of worship and employees of youth-serving nonprofit organizations.
The Hate Map was compiled using hate group publications and websites, citizen and law enforcement reports, field sources and news reports. All hate groups have beliefs or practices that attack or malign an entire class of people, typically for their immutable characteristics.
An abridged version for students of an award-winning anti-bias guide, Speak Up! calls on everyone to take a stand against everyday bigotry.
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From issues around economic justice to hate and extremism, the Southern Poverty Law Center creates many reports and guides annually.