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No Place for Hate®

No Place for Hate® is a self-directed program for K-12 schools helping students, educators and families lead on improving and maintaining an inclusive school climate so all students can thrive. To be designated No Place for Hate, a school must form a No Place for Hate Coalition, sign the Resolution of Respect and complete at least three school-wide anti-bias or

No Place for Hate® Registration Underway

Registration has begun for participation in the Southwest Region’s No Place for Hate® Initiative for the 2015-2016 school year.   This marks the 15th year of the Initiative in the region, which provides educators and students with the resources to ensure that anti-bias and diversity education are an integral part of the school curriculum. No Place for Hate® also helps to create

Kase Luncheon a Fitting Tribute to Local Hero and Dedicated Educators

More than 300 people attended the Anti-Defamation League’s (ADL’s) 2015 Walter Kase Teacher Excellence Awards luncheon, which honored three Region IV educators for their outstanding efforts to create a school atmosphere that promotes respect for and understanding of diversity.  The event also remembered its namesake, beloved speaker and Houston Holocaust survivor Walter Kase, who passed away earlier this year. ADL

2013-2014 School Year Marks Twelfth Year of Southwest Region’s No Place for Hate®

As the 2013-2014 school year begins, so does the 12thyear of the Southwest Region’s No Place for Hate® campaign, which provides tools an guidance for K-12 schools that want to build an atmosphere of respect and appreciation for diversity on their campuses.  The initiative began in 2001 with 10 schools.  It has grown to more than 500 schools in ADL’s

Southwest Region Proposal Accepted by Harmony Schools

The Harmony Public Schools have accepted a proposal by ADL to provide anti-bullying and cyberbullying workshops at nearly 30 of their high schools across Texas.   The comprehensive trainings will be given to faculty, staff, students, parents and family members in the schools over the next four years. In addition to the workshops, many of the schools will also receive copies