Monthly Archives: September 2010

Idea for Field Trip to Anne Frank Exhibit (coincides with release of graphic novel)

I was just sent information from the Anne Frank House in the Netherlands about the U.S. release of the Anne Frank graphic novel. See excerpts of it on the Anne Frank Channel on YouTube. I’ve inserted the video below. What … Continue reading

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The National Resource Center for the Healing of Racism

I thought this site is a great resource for generating conversations with the students regarding how people are oppressed and what can be done to generate a sense of oneness with others. The reflections page is quite useful. I have … Continue reading

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A Time for Reflection

In these last few weeks, people around the world have turned their hearts and minds back to the horrible tragedy of 9-11. The images of that fateful day in 2001 are seared into the back of most Americans’ minds. On … Continue reading

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