As schools begin the new academic year, we are pleased to offer free resources that help foster an inclusive classroom for all students.
Muslims in History and Today
Supplementing national and state content standards in social studies and world history about Muslims and their faith are live speakers and online resources.
Interreligious Responses to Recent SCOTUS Decisions on Abortion and Prayer in Schools
Recent Supreme Court decisions about abortion and prayer in schools have elicited varied responses from different religious communities. This panel features representatives of the five major world religions providing perspectives from their religious traditions as they relate to these topics.
Addressing Racial Identity, Bigotry and Racism
Available are live panels featuring representatives from various groups that have historically suffered from racism, as well as a series of lesson plans which examine the roots and impact of bigotry and also help students brainstorm ways to counter them.
Islamic Networks Group (ING) is a peace-building organization providing face-to-face education and engagement opportunities that foster understanding of Muslims and other misunderstood groups to promote harmony among all people.