Tools for Tolerance® for Teens


What is Tools for Tolerance® for Teens?

This five-hour program is led by trained facilitators who utilize the unique MOTNY environment and customized classroom work to challenge students to assume greater personal responsibility in recognizing and challenging forms of discrimination. In addition, each program is designed to meet the specific needs of the group but has an overall focus on bullying prevention and leadership skills. The workshop encourages young people to think critically about the words and images in their own lives and how to use them to create positive change. The cost for a Tools for Tolerance® for Teens Program is $100 per participant and includes lunch and materials.

Program themes can include:

  • Bullying Prevention
  • Power of Words and Images
  • Human rights challenges in the world today
  • History of the Holocaust through eye witness testimony
  • Social justice movements in the United States
  • The World Wide Web as a frontier for hate and propaganda
  • Confronting prejudice and discrimination

                        

Contact information:

Museum of Tolerance New York
226 East 42nd Street, between 2nd and 3rd Avenues
New York, NY 10017
Phone: 212.697.1180
Fax: 212.697.1314
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