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Education: Teaching Respect for Religious Diversity

The Tanenbaum Center for Interreligious Understanding has developed for afterschool practitioners a curriculum guide and fact sheets on Park51, the proposed Islamic cultural center near Ground Zero, and the recent controversy over its proposed location. These free materials can be used to look at that issue specifically or use it as an avenue to discuss conflicts, historical “phobias” in the United States and ways to employ conflict resolution and mediation tools.

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