Take a Stand Center Educator Resources

The Take a Stand Center is a unique, site-specific exhibition that combines human and civil rights issues with civic engagement lessons and practice. The exhibition is designed to support students’ intellectual growth and to position them to: understand lessons of the past; identify societal issues today; develop robust investigations into pressing social issues; consider possible solutions and consequences using new knowledge and tools; communicate and act upon what they learn; and empower them to put their passions and skills to work throughout their lives.

This Take a Stand Center Educators Guide converts the lessons from Take a Stand Center into an online tool kit to teach the aftermath of the Holocaust, The Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the actions of historic and contemporary Upstanders, as well as how students can turn knowledge into action with Take a Stand Lab activities.

Take a Stand Educator Resources:

What are Human Rights

*Spanish Translation

Working Toward Human Rights Quiz

*Spanish Translation

Working Toward Human Rights Answer Key

*Spanish Translation

Take a Stand Upstander Activities

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Take a Stand Upstander Answer Key

*Spanish Translation

Take a Stand Lab Activities 

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