This site contains hundreds of ideas, texts, lesson plans and videos about race relations and diversity. These free resources are tools to help leaders. teachers, parents and anyone of good will to explore the challenge of creating bridges of cooperation and community in a very diverse and often polarized world.

Stories by Theme

220+ short videos of original stories told by professional storytellers. Includes full transcripts and discussion questions.

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Guides 

These workshop or classroom guides can be used alone or in conjunction with other items on this website.

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Lesson Plans & Activities

Academic classroom curriculum that aims to enrich the human experience through insight and reflection.

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Leader Resources 

Helpful tools, websites, books and more that seek to build community and understanding.

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VIDEO SPOTLIGHT

Miss No Name: Struggles for Justice By Storyteller Jay O'Callahan

"Jay shares storyteller Brother Blue’s (Dr. Hugh Morgan Hill) experience as an African American soldier in World War II in the Jim Crow South.”

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"How do I change the world - without being a sellout?"

 

- Storyteller Jasmine Cardenas
To Live or Not to Live in La Villita, Chicago

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