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Challenge Islamophobia Project, Teaching for Change
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This series of lessons is designed to critically examine the history of Muslims in the United States, including the ways in which Islamophobia is tied to and perpetuated by racism.

Religious Literacy Project, Harvard Divinity School
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The Religious Literacy Project has developed a series of case studies that illustrate how religious traditions of 5 of the major religions deal with issues of climate change, gender, minority status.

The Roots and Impact of Antisemitism, Facing History and Ourselves
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This lesson, part of the broader unit Teaching Holocaust and Human Behavior, unpacks the antisemitism in its various manifestations and examines the current impact of continued discrimination and violence against Jewish people.

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