February 1, 2016

We are excited to offer an essay contest open to all Bay Area high school students grades 9-12. This is an opportunity to submit an original essay that is a tribute to moral courage.  Through this essay we hope to: Honor diversity, cultural pride, and fair treatment for all people Help students learn about examples…
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We are excited to offer a visual arts contest, open to our current No Place for Hate® Elementary school partners. This is an opportunity to submit original 2D artwork that conveys student vision of a world without prejudice through art that: Illustrates building bridges of understanding between diverse groups of people. Honors diversity, cultural pride,…
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thumb_DSC_0016_1024 January 29, 2016

Education ●  Second year of Bay Area’s No Place for Hate. Initiative grew to 41 schools and after-school programs, to create positive learning environments for more than 20,000 K-12 students in San Francisco, West Contra Costa, San Jose, Marin, East Palo Alto, and San Carlos. 12 Echoes and Reflections workshops convened to train middle and…
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Dave Reynolds January 25, 2016

The Santa Clara County Office of Education recently hosted ADL staff Dave Reynolds and Luna Malbroux for a professional development Echoes and Reflections training for nearly 50 educators.  Echoes and Reflections is a multimedia program that provides secondary educators with professional development and print and online resources to teach about the Holocaust in today’s classrooms….
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