What’s New in ADL EDU? Fall Programs You Won’t Want to Miss!

  • September 20, 2022

The Education Team at ADL is hard at work with wonderful programs and incredible resources for students, families and educators.  And, there’s still time to join the No Place for Hate Movement and see how your school culture can be transformed! Learn more here.


Our September Monthly Featured Book is More than Peach, a picture book by Bellen Woodard who, at eight years old, was a 2020 ADL Concert Against Hate honoree. The book tells the story of when Bellen’s classmates referred to the “skin-color” crayon, she knew how important it was that everyone understood that “skin can be any number of beautiful colors.” Bellen created the More than Peach Project featuring crayons with every single child in mind to transform the crayon industry and grow the way we see our world. As always, our featured book selection includes resources for families and educators. Learn more here.


In honor of National Hispanic Heritage Month, ADL Education Presents Changing the World One Word at a Time: Read Aloud and Conversation with award-winner author and illustrator Duncan Tonatiuh on Wednesday, September 28 from 2-3 PM MT. Both Mexican and American, Tonatiuh’s aim is to create images and stories that honor the past, but are relevant to today’s people, especially children. The first 100 schools to register will receive three of Duncan Tonatiuh’s books. Register here.


And last but certainly not least, No Place for Hate® student coalitions, educators and caregivers are invited to come together virtually for No Place for Hate Back to School Kickoff on Thursday October 13th at 10 AM MT. Register here to join Laurie Hernandez, Gold Medal-winning Olympic Gymnast and New York Times bestselling author, as we explore identity, perseverance, and allyship with No Place for Hate change-makers from across the nation.