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The Power of One, A Crusade for All

No Place for Hate at Barnwell Middle   Posted on 12/31/2014 There’s no place for hate in the Francis Howell School District (FHSD). With an increasingly diverse school population, some students are seeking ways to learn about other cultures and religions. And at Barnwell Middle School, the No Place for Hate (NPFH) club is doing just that – striving to

In 80 seconds, become an ADL Ally and Imagine A World Without Hate

           Imagine Click on Imagine above, and watch the remarkable video which imagines a world without racism, homophobia or anti-Semitism — a world in which the hate violence that took the lives of Martin Luther King Jr., Anne Frank, Daniel Pearl, Matthew Shepard and others did not happen. Imagine what these individuals could have continued to

Curriculum Resources: Teaching About Ferguson and Beyond

Teaching About Ferguson and Beyond The recent lack of indictments against the police officers who were involved in the deaths of Mike Brown in Ferguson, MO and Eric Garner in New York City have brought about a wide range of emotions, conversations, protest and actions. Because this is such an important conversation teachers want to have with their students, below are

ADL Urges Calm: Recent Arrests Should Not Add to Unease

St. Louis, MO, November 22. The Anti-Defamation League today appeals to the region to remain calm as news reporting on ancillary events may create greater unease and uncertainty in advance of the release of the grand jury decision in the shooting death of Michael Brown. The recent arrests of and charges filed against two members of the New Black Panther

What Are We Doing “About” Ferguson?

That was the big question in the region in the first days and weeks after the terrible shooting of Michael Brown by Officer Darren Wilson on August 9. There was an enormous need for people to know how others were actually going to “solve” the problem that had been posed by the circumstances under which Brown died.  What became clear