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"Your speech has motivated me to stop all the hate in the world. I know this will be hard, but your speech has truly made a difference." JC
"My prayer is that you can continue for many years to touch peoples' lives, and each of them can pass it on so that we can reduce hate crimes." MS
"Your talk made me realize I do get rude to others and talk about others when I shouldn't. You also made me realize that we should appreciate everything we have." KP

Resources

Here are some of our favorite resources! We hope you enjoy them, too.

Edmond Fine Arts Institute
“The Fine Arts Institute is the place for creativity and excitement. We are a nonprofit community arts organization offering educational enrichment for adults and children in visual and performing arts. We serve all ages, all stages.”

Pinwheels For Peace
Today’s students are bombarded with television images, video games, and magazine articles/newspapers that give importance to conflict and war. Violence has become commonplace and accepted as part of our society and, for some students, it is a way of life. It is our hope that through the Pinwheels for Peace project, we can help the students make a public visual statement about their feelings about war/ peace/ tolerance/ cooperation/ harmony/ unity and, in some way, maybe, awaken the public and let them know what the next generation is thinking.

A+ Schools
The Mission of Oklahoma A+ Schools® is to advance a quality, whole school experience to nurture the creative learner.

icelebrate diversity.com
A multicultural superstore with a large selection of multicultural gifts that reflect the many diverse people that make up this wonderful world!

Depot Artspace
“In Devonport, New Zealand, a thriving multi-disciplinary creative centre is testimony to a clear vision, a strong philosophy of inclusiveness and accessibility, unfaltering tenacity and a large helping of community can-do.”

People Holding Hands
“A multi-cultural cast of characters, People Holding Hands® offers your youngest learners hands-on multi-sensory opportunities to actively participate in educational lessons, skills building presentations, language development and practice, creative problem solving and more… Multi-cultural, multi-sensory, multi-faceted fun! This program offers a hands-on approach to learning social skills, relationship-building, positive character trait development. Incorporate diversity, friendship, manners, appreciation, and tolerance lessons. end stereotypes and encourage inclusion. practice language skills with listening and speaking opportunities. present creative presentations and showcase talents.”

Beyond Tolerance
A collaborative web resource for learning and teaching how to understand, create, nurture, and find tolerance. Created by City College of San Francisco.

Museum of Tolerance
The Museum of Tolerance is a high tech, hands-on experiential museum that focuses on two central themes through unique interactive exhibits: the dynamics of racism and prejudice in America and the history of the Holocaust – the ultimate example of man’s inhumanity to man. The Museum, the educational arm of the Simon Wiesenthal Center, was founded to challenge visitors to confront bigotry and racism, and to understand the Holocaust in both historic and contemporary contexts.

Diversity Beans
Diversity beans are unique jellybeans that are used for diversity training and stereotyping activities. Don’t judge them by their color!

Oklahomans for Global Solutions
Envisioning a future in which people work together to abolish war, protect our rights and freedoms, establish a culture of peace, and solve the problems facing humanity that no nation can solve alone.

Artsonia
The largest kids art museum online. Hundreds of photos of art integration projects entered in the 2012 Respect Diversity Symbol Exhibit and from past years can be found here.

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After hearing you speak, I saw the importance in being colorblind. It doesn't matter what race you are; it is WHO you are. ZA
"I now understand that how I treat people actually affects them. I will be sure to treat people differently now!" AS
"I will do my best to not bully others. Race shouldn't matter, and don't bully; that is the main thing you taught me." ZC
"Your story made me think differently about religions and people all together." BB