Countering Antisemitism and Hate in Primary Grades
|Date||Fri, Jan 28, 12:00pm - 1:00pm|
According to new research, children as young as three years old can form negative biases when exposed to prejudice, even though they might not understand the "why" of their feelings. This reality demands our utmost attention in developing students' critical literacy skills from a young age so they can successfully interrogate the impact of media and technology in their lives. Schools and families can play a significant role in countering antisemitism and hate by raising young people's awareness about the nature of these prejudices that persist in our schools and communities today.
USC Shoah Foundation - The Institute for Visual History and Education, along with our partners The Conscious Kid, ADL, and Liberation75, will host a panel discussion about countering antisemitism and other forms of hate in the primary classroom.
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