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|Youth Social Justice Institute
Come together virtually with youth from across Los Angeles to reflect, connect, and gain tools for change. This institute will amplify youth voices and drive actions for building an equitable and just society.
|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.