Come to the Maltz Museum to prepare your students to enter the essay contest with a docent-led Student Tour filled with films, images and artifacts. And make plans today to attend our special Stop the Hate! Educator’s Open House.
The Maltz Museum offers many opportunities for students to learn about citizenship and the American experience – Click here for descriptions of our tours for students in grades K-12.
Stop the Hate! Guided Tour for students in Grades 6-12
$3 per student
America holds the promise of a being a country where “all men are created equal” yet the reality of life in America has not always reflected this ideal. Learn how racism, ethnocentrism and anti-Semitism have plagued Cleveland and America since its earliest days. See how Blacks and Jews were prevented from living in many neighborhoods, how the Ku Klux Klan interfered in local elections and how Nazis and Fascists openly organized in our city. Learn how citizens have come together to fight against discrimination and hatred to build a more tolerant and diverse culture. Students will also learn how they can participate in the Stop the Hate! Youth Speak Out! Essay Contest.
Content Standards: SS1, SS2, SS3, SS4, SS5, SS6, SS7; ELA2, ELA3, ELA4; FA1, FA3, FA5
To schedule your field trip or call 216-593-0575.