This activity engages students in learning about the meaning of prejudice, its
manifestations and impact on individuals. This learning will support students’
understanding of the broader issues of individual responsibility and the
consequences of our actions.
Lala is a six-minute-long virtual reality film that uses both live
action and animation to tell the true story of Roman Kent’s pet, Lala. An
important message in the story is Roman’s belief that love is stronger than
In this activity, students develop an understanding of what it means to be a
bystander and its impact on individuals.
This Information Quest activity, connected to Mona Golabek's The Children of
Willesden Lane, introduces students to the Kindertransport—the transport of
child refugees from Nazi-occupied Europe to England—and how it affected the
children who experienced the journey.
This activity helps students understand contemporary antisemitism and its
impact, including on others in society.
In this activity, students will explore the meaning of prejudice and respect
through testimony of individuals who tell of the impact of prejudice and the
power of respect to counter it.
Students will define and identify intolerance and its connection to other forms
of hate and bigotry, draw evidence from audiovisual testimony on the topic of
racism and antisemitism, and develop an action plan to increase meaningful
human connection on campus.
Students will define and discuss civil discourse, examine the impact of civil
and uncivil discourse in co-curricular spaces, draw evidence from primary
sources including audiovisual testimony on the topic of civil discourse, and
consider strategies for its promotion.