March 3, 2017

Sister Anne’s Hands: A Book About Prejudice & Civil Rights

Written by  MaryBeth Lorbiecki, Sister Anne's Hands, is set in the 1960s.  Told from the viewpoint of a white second grade […]
September 4, 2016
Joan Trupauer Mulholland

Have You Ever Heard of Joan Trumpauer Mulholland?

Many people played a role in the Civil Rights Movement. She Stood for Freedom is a brand new children's book […]
August 21, 2016
Empathy leads to Peace

Empathy & the Politics of Tenderness

It is almost impossible to grow up.  Most people just get older -- Maya Angelou An essay by Tim Wolcott Empathy […]
June 5, 2016

Muhammad Ali: A Man of Peace

Designated by the United Nations in 1998 as a UN Messenger for Peace, Muhammad Ali (1942-2016) is best remembered in […]
February 14, 2016
The Story of Ruby Bridges

Teach Peace Now Recommended Books for African American History Month: The Story of Ruby Bridges

The Story of Ruby Bridges by Robert Coles Through My Eyes by Ruby Bridges Six-year-old Ruby Bridges was the first […]
December 2, 2012

Are You Stressed?

Activities for a Time of Stress This is the time of year when we often think about peace and yet many times […]
September 5, 2012

International Literacy Day

Imagine not being able to read. You would not be able to text a message or send an e-mail. You […]
April 22, 2012

Addressing Racism

Stand Against Racism Dayis April 27th. Here are links to some exemplary lessons to use in your classrooms from our […]
April 15, 2012

Stand Against Racism

Becoming an Anti-Racist Educator and Parent: Debra Van Ausdale and Joe R. Feagin in their book The First R : How […]
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