Teaching the Holocaust
- A Teacher's Guide to the Holocaust
- A Teacher's Guide to the Holocaust: Films and Videos
- Holocaust Teaching Guidelines at the United States Holocaust Museum
- Teachers' Guide to the Holocaust
- Teachers' Resources
- Timeline of World War II
- Student Activities
- Anne Frank On Line
- Books for Children and Teens.
- The Holocaust History Project
- Teaching Tolerance (The Southern Poverty Law Center)
Additional sites that illuminate the minority experience in America and elsewhere, with a special focus on prejudice and ethnocentrism:
- Internet Resources on Hates Crimes, Groups, Etc.
- Hatewatch: Monitoring Hate Group Activity
- Hate Groups in Canada, as Collected By Hatewatch
- The Southern Poverty Law Center
- Klanwatch and Militia Taskforce of the Southern Poverty Law Center
- The Militia Watchdog Archive: News and Articles about the Militia Movement
- Southern Institute for Education and Research: Teaching Guides
- Links to Militia/Patriot Groups
- The Human Rights Home Page
- Ellis Island
Sites with a focus on indigenous peoples of North America include:
- Columbus and the American Indians: An Ongoing Voyage
- Native American Documents Projects, focusing on federal policies and allotments
- Morris K. Udall's 1965 Speech, "The American Indian and Civil Rights"
- Native American Legal Issues and Resources
- Native American Nations
- National Museum of the American Indian
Teachers also can register with The Holocaust/Genocide Project to receive more information of study and research tools.
A very good site about anti-discriminatory lesson plans for teachers is the Anti-Bias Teacher Education Project. Teachers and other members of communities should consult Ten Ways to Fight Hate for other strategies outside the classroom.
Do not forget to search libraries electronically for additional resources.