ERIC Number: ED395894
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1995
Reference Count: N/A
The Shadow of Hate: A History of Intolerance in America. Student Text ("Us and Them") and Teacher's Guide.
Carnes, Jim; Roberson, Houston
"The Shadow of Hate" resource kit provides a videotape program (40 minutes), 20 copies of a 128-page student text ("Us and Them"), and a 32-page teacher's guide. This document consists of single copies of the two printed components of this kit. The resource traces the history of racial, religious, and social intolerance in the United States. Expressions of discrimination from slavery to modern hatemongering are discussed. Examples of discrimination are drawn from expressions directed towards Jews, African-Americans, Chinese, Irish, Native Americans, and Baptists in the United States. Case studies are drawn from memoirs, eyewitness accounts, archival photographs, and documents. The student text presents case histories: (1) "The Silencing of Mary Dyer"; (2) "Blankets for the Dead"; (3) "No Promised Land"; (4) "Harriet Jacobs Owns Herself"; (5) "In the City of Brotherly Love"; (6)"A Rumbling in the Mines"; (7) "Ghost Dance at Wounded Knee"; (8) "The Ballad of Leo Frank"; (9) "Untamed Border"; (10) "A Town Called Rosewood"; (11) "Home was a Horse Stall"; (12) "Nightriding with the Klan"; (13) "A Rose for Charlie"; and (14) "Street Justice." Lesson materials for each of the case histories are provided in the Teacher's Guide. Each lesson is formatted as follows: "Objective"; "Vocabulary"; "Discussion Questions"; "Writing Assignments"; and "Project Ideas." The guide also provides final assignment essay prompts. (MM)
Descriptors: Case Studies, Ethnic Discrimination, Hate Crime, Minority Groups, Personal Narratives, Racial Discrimination, Religious Discrimination, Secondary Education, Social Discrimination, United States History
Teaching Tolerance, 400 Washington Avenue, Montgomery, AL 36104 (Individuals: $25. Free to schools).
Publication Type: Guides - Classroom - Learner; Guides - Classroom - Teacher
Education Level: N/A
Audience: Practitioners; Students; Teachers
Authoring Institution: Southern Poverty Law Center, Montgomery, AL.