These materials tend to be very structured; most outline specific learning goals and then detail activities and follow-up prompts designed to help participants realize these learning goals. In many cases, these materials embrace popular education techniques that encourage active participation and use participants’ life experience as a foundation for learning. Our summaries include links to publicly available materials and information for contacting groups whose curricula are not widely available. Curricula represented on Intergroup Resources include:

Summaries of Publicly Available Curricula:

All Different, All Equal – Council of Europe (1995)

BRIDGE (Building a Race and Immigration Dialogue in the Global Economy) – National Network for Immigrant and Refugee Rights (2004)

Building Bridges among Communities of Color – California Fund for Youth Organizing (2007)

Crossing Borders – Center for Community Change, Fair Immigration Reform Movement (FIRM), and CASA de Maryland (2007)

Dismantling Racism – A Resource Book for Social Change Groups – Western States Center (2003)

Energy of a Nation -The Advocates for Human Rights (2004)

Let’s Talk Immigration! – ARISE Civil Rights of Immigrants Task Force, the Albany/Capital District Chapter of the Labor Council for Latin American Advancement (LCLAA), and the Labor-Religion Coalition of the Capital District in affiliation with the “Truth About Immigrants” campaign of the New York Immigration Coalition

SEIU Citizenship, Race, and Immigration – the eight caucuses of SEIU’s Western Region and the Center for Third World Organizing (CTWO), with input from the National Network for Immigrant Rights in collaboration with the Immigrant Community Organizers group of the National Organizers Alliance (2004)

Standing Together: Coming Out for Racial Justice – Basic Rights Education Fund/ Basic Rights Oregon, with the Western States Center (2010)

Uniting Communities: The Toolkit – Western States Center (2010)

Summaries of Not Publicly Available Curricula:

Cross Cultural Case Studies Curriculum – Western States Center and Basic Rights Oregon (2010)

Facilitating Social Change – Linking Power and Facilitation – Leadership Development in Interethnic Relations (LDIR), a program co-sponsored by the Asian Pacific American Legal Center (APALC), Central American Resource Center (CARECEN), and Martin Luther King Dispute Resolution Center (MLKDRC) (2010)

Power and Oppression: Valuing our Differences, Envisioning our Common Struggle – Mississippi Poultry Workers’ Center (MPOWER) (2005)

ROC-Miami Political Education Materials – Developed circa 2010

Workers’ Course Curriculum – The Workplace Project (1996)