The Diversity and Media Toolbox is a comprehensive suite of resources for teachers, students, law enforcement representatives and the general public, that explores issues relating to stereotyping, bias and hate in mainstream media and on the Internet. The program, which includes professional development tutorials, lesson plans, interactive student modules and background articles, is divided into two distinct but complementary topic areas: media portrayals of diversity and online hate.
That’s Not Me
That’s Not Me resources address media representation of ethnic and visible minorities, religion, Aboriginal people, LGBTQ and persons with disabilities.
Facing Online Hate
Facing Online Hate resources explore how the Internet is used to spread and incite hate – and the ways that citizens of all ages can respond to this issue.