Some Photos From Our Teacher Field Trip To The LA Museum Of Tolerance

 
They challenged us to not be prejudiced but to be honest as we picked a door.

  

On the second day we participated in a training that once again challenged our personal prejudices and promoted tolerance.

  

These rollable posters outlined a multitude of human rights crimes and events throughout history in the world.

 
Great advice when prejudiced thoughts spring up.

  

We heard words of wisdom and shared our own thoughts at the Point of View Cafe.

 
We were informed of genocide still going on today.

  

In a theatrical set that was eerily realistic, we were shown the choice holocaust victims had to make.

We grew together and will take what we learned into the district and classroom.  

Author: Damien Riley

Damien Riley is a blogger, film reviewer, & podcaster who writes a column at RileyCentral.blog once a week. He has an MA in English from California State University, Fullerton. He married a high-desert princess (now his queen). They have 3 children.

2 thoughts on “Some Photos From Our Teacher Field Trip To The LA Museum Of Tolerance”

    1. Thank you very much. It was a truly emotional trip through that place. Once we become aware of our own prejudices, which can be uncomfortable, we can move forward and do our part to help the situation in our world.

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