From February 5th to 11th, schools across New York City will celebrate diversity and challenge intolerance during Respect for All Week. Incorporating materials on respecting religious difference into your Respect for All Week plans is important and Tanenbaum is here to help!
Our educational resources challenge stereotypes that lead to bullying, teach the value of diversity, and build behaviors of mutual respect among your students:
- Our individual lesson plans provide tools for building a respectful classroom community where students can explore their religious and cultural differences.
- Our curricula for educators teach vital social and emotional skills that foster empathy and open-mindedness and challenge stereotypes.
- Our Shared Visions Across Religious Traditions cross divides between communities and contain materials for classroom application.
- Our materials for teaching about diversity and religious freedom include fact sheets, discussion questions, and other resources for combating ignorance and intolerance
- The series of conversations between Tanenbaum CEO Mark Fowler, Kyathi Y. Joshi, and Robert P. Jones, Ph.D. provide in-depth analysis of the relationship between privilege, race, and religion in the United States.
Finally, consider signing up for our trainings on community building and combating religious bias. Thanks to the generosity of the Nissan Foundation, we are able to partner with three New York City high schools and provide trainings remotely and completely free of charge. For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org today!
Rev. Mark Fowler