Tolerancecenter: Inside-Out Approach to Anti-Bias Education

Led by a professional dialogue facilitator, explore some of the MOT's most moving interactive exhibits examining themes such as the power of words and images as featured in the DigitalHate.com database. Explore the theme of democracy and diversity through short films that bring to life the struggles for justice in the Civil Rights movement in the US and specifically California through the story of the Mendez v. Westminster case. Consider patterns of contemporary hate and discrimination today based on latest research, and the poignant story of reconciliation between a hate crime perpetrator and his victim. More than a tour, the session features short films, polling, web based exploration, and break-out groups to maximize dialogue. The session is designed to spark personal reflection on how to create the changes we seek.

You will receive:

  • The program's custom digital journal Related Lesson Plans

Upcoming Open Enrollment Session Dates:

  • May 13, 2020 at 3:00 PM (2.5 hours) REGISTER

  • May 27, 2020 at 3:00 PM (2.5 hours) REGISTER

Book this Program for your Group:

Contact us to request this program for your group on a date that works for you. Minimum 25 participants required.