SPLC: Teaching Tolerance Magazine

The teaching tolerance magazine first came out in January of 1992. It is a free educational magazine distributed to hundreds of thousandss of educators semi-annually. And that's just teachers alone. You as an individual can receive this magazine too. It is full of ideas to teach tolerance whether it's to your students or to your children.

In many cases, insecurity among the youth starts in the classroom and the best way to dissipate it is to address it. And there's no better way than through the teacher. Teachers educate students about he past and promote tolerance. And it is not just teachers in the United States of America, but teachers in 70 countries around the world as well.

Distributed free twice a year, the magainze provides teachers with ideas on how to teal tolerance and the history of equity in the classroom. Many of the ideas in the magazine are developed by the editors. However, many ideas also come from teachers themselves and what they have done in their own classroom. Teachers are encouraged to send both writings and art.

Some of the various resources include America's Civil Rights Movement, The Shadow of Hate, Starting Small, and A Place at the table.

If you have any ideas or submissions please send them to the Southern Poverty Law Center at the address below. If you wish to receive your free copy of Teaching Tolerance, the address below will work as well.

Teaching Tolerance
400 Washington Avenue
Montgomery, Alabama 36104

Or you may fax your request to (334) 264-7310.

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