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.

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VIDEO SPOTLIGHT

Every Day is Basil Houpis Day: Bullying Doesn’t Stop After High School By Storyteller Robin Bady

Robin was in middle school. Basil Houpis had just moved to the U.S. from Greece, and he was different. He barely spoke English, wore mismatched clothes and smelled funny. Everyone picked on him mercilessly. It was not until Robin went to her 30th high school reunion that she was able to take a stand.

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“…This story shows how cultural differences and practices can have unintentional environmental consequences…”

- Storyteller Linda Yemoto
Chinese New Year’s Frogs: A Collision of Culture and Nature

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