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Communities coming together to stand up to hate

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Light in the Darkness follows a community in crisis after the fatal attack on a local immigrant resident by high school students. Stunned by the violence, diverse community stakeholders take actions to prevent future hate crimes and intolerance. In addition to the importance of learning about how the community came together to respond to hate, it brings up serious questions for educators. Educators across the U.S. have begun to use the film as a springboard for addressing issues of immigration, bullying, and for teaching students to be upstanders (those who speak up and take action).

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LITD_Educator_Viewing_Guide_Submitted_PDF.pdf

February 13, 2020
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