Improve your school climate through anti-bias and bullying prevention education.

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ABOUT

We are a leading provider of anti-bias education.

Making a difference for 35 years.

The origins of ADL’s anti-bias programs date back to 1985, when ADL and WCVB-TV in Boston initiated the A World of Difference® campaign, a series of education and media-driven programs designed to combat prejudice and create effective tools to address these issues in the classroom and community. The campaign's immense success led to ongoing programs across the country and several national awards including a Peabody, Gabriel and Scripps-Howard.

What We Do

Our customizable, interactive training programs and curricula provide the tools for reflection and learning.

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Student Programs

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Educator Programs

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Standards-based Curricula

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Our Anti-Bias Framework

Explore Identity

Explore and reflect on the multiple aspects of identity and how it consciously and unconsciously shapes one’s worldview. Apply this understanding to recognize the relationship between identity, bias and power.

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Interpret Differences

Recognize the value of diversity in society. Adopt a vocabulary for speaking about differences, prejudice and discrimination, and develop strategies to communicate across differences.

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Challenge Bias

Build the capacity to recognize and confront bias within oneself, others and institutions. Examine the relationship between individual biases and systemic oppression, including the impact of intersecting oppressions.

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Champion Justice

Put into practice skills to confront bias within oneself, others and institutions and become change agents in one’s community and society. Apply this understanding to bring about a more equitable and just society.

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Additional Resources for Anti-bias Education

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Anti-bias Tools & Strategies

We provide a wide range of tips, tools, strategies and lessons for K-12 educators, administrators, students and family members to promote safe, respectful and inclusive learning environments.

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Bullying/Cyberbullying Prevention Resources

Research shows that a majority of bullying incidents are identity-based where students are targeted because of an aspect of their identity. We have resources to help you address these incidents.

Annual Events

No Place for Hate Day - 5/14/21

Join us for No Place for Hate Day to acknowledge students, educators, families and communities by taking over social media using the hashtag #NoPlaceForHate

Annual Events
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No Place for Hate Day - 5/14/21