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|Tools for Tolerance® for Teens
A full-day customized experience including special speakers, facilitated dialogue, and workshops that educate and empower.
Connect with Museum speakers and resources or encounter students from around the world via videoconference.
|_Space To Talk About Race
Participate in a community dialogue on race, education, incarceration, and civil rights in their communities.
|A Service Learning Process
Advancing civic engagement, values of respect and responsibility, and meaningful service to the LA community, this 3-month program offers students a holistic service learning process.
|SHADES Teen Court Program
In a partnership with the LA Superior Court, we offer youth juror training for a specialized Teen Court that focuses on crimes rooted in prejudice and bias.
|Jewish-Latino Outreach Program
Leadership development program for Los Angeles Jewish youths that focuses on inter-cultural outreach for a diverse world.
|Three-Hour School Tour
Students participate in a hands-on interactive Museum tour of the Holocaust exhibit and Tolerancenter or the Finding our Families, Finding Ourselves exhibit.
|Steps to Tolerance
Developed for 5th and 6th graders, the program is an age-appropriate introduction to museums, Holocaust history, and contemporary issues of tolerance and respect.
|Finding Our Families, Finding Ourselves Program
Appropriate for 3rd grade and above, this program and downloadable curriculum connect your students with their family heritage and community.
|Museum of Tolerance After School Programs
The MOT offers an age-appropriate experience ideal for after school programs with specially designed curriculum and activities.
The Museum is Closed Saturdays and Jewish Holidays. During the months of November - March, the MOT will close at 3:30pm on Fridays. Last entrance is 1:00pm.