About the Maltz Museum
Who is the maltz museum ?
The Maltz Museum is a museum of action, where people of all ages and backgrounds come to learn about history of bias and discrimination in order to recognize and prevent hate in all its forms in the present and future.
Meet our stop the hate partners
We are proud to partner with the following Cleveland institutions to present Stop the Hate Online Workshops:
Thank you to our generous sponsors
Stop the Hate is made possible by the generosity of the following sponsors:
Youth Sing Out & Speak Out Signature Sponsors
Be a Volunteer Reader
Volunteers play a critical role in the Stop the Hate Contest. With thousands of entries and $100,000 in scholarships and prizes to award, we need hundreds of passionate and considerate readers to ensure the best song lyrics and essays are recognized and rewarded.
Essay Readers review a total 15-30 essays total written by 6-12th graders online. Scoring is based on a rubric provided by the Maltz Museum. To prevent bias student names and schools are not included in essays. Volunteer readers may be invited to a brief online training session regarding the scoring protocol, but these sessions are not mandatory. Readers can participate from any geographic location.
Volunteers are asked to read for both reading periods, February 17 – 21, 2023 (PERIOD ONE), and February 24 – 28, 2023 (PERIOD TWO), although exceptions can be made. Readers have 5 days per period to review and score their essays.
Please complete the following information to register as a Stop the Hate® reader. Your submission of this information serves as your agreement to comply with the rules of the essay contest and maintain strict confidentiality regarding the essays and their content.
Please note, the following individuals are not eligible to participate as a reader: Anyone under the age of 18, K-12 teachers with participating students, Family members of entrants, Immediate family members of the Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage staff and Board of Trustees, The Malrite Company and the Maltz Family Foundation.
Continue learning with the use of these additional resources.
Request a Holocaust Survivor Speaker in-person or online using Zoom.
Download a book list of recommended reading created to complement the Stop the Hate Program, courtesy of the Cuyahoga County Public Library, Beachwood Branch.
Download a learning progression to be used by classroom or home school educators participating in the Stop the Hate: Youth Speak Out Essay Contest, developed in partnership with the Jewish Education Center.
Visit Rock Hall EDU to see a collection of education materials presented by The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in partnership with the Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage and the Roots of American Music for use with the Stop the Hate program.
Contact our education department