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Try contacting the Museum of Tolerance in LA - don't know if they're on
the Web or not. Also, the Anti-Defamation League has many fine
educational materials on teaching tolerance.
Hope this helps.
--Carla in LA
On Thu, 13 Feb 1997 vpauly wrote:
> Yes, I'd be very interested in seeing some of those images if they are=20
> available. If you have a name and a number that would be great, or=20
> tell someone to just send them on. Unfortunately, I haven=B9t gotten=20
> much response off the net to my request. Thanks for your help!
> And to everyone else on ArtsEdNet, please help me find contacts for=20
> children's artwork that relates to tolerance in any form: culture,=20
> religion, gender, etc. We are looking for possible images to publish=20
> in TEACHING TOLERANCE magazine (free subscription on request for=20
> educators/institutions -- send a fax to (334) 264-3121) as well as for=20
> our curriculum kit packaging, posters and books. Usage fees are paid=20
> to children and/or schools/organizations that provide artwork that we=20
> publish. All materials are returned (we prefer to receive actual=20
> artwork but will accept slides or prints if they are very high=20
> quality). Images must not be offensive to any particular group. Send=20
> any info you may have to:
> Paul F. Newman
> Teaching Tolerance
> 400 Washington Ave.
> Montgomery, AL 36104
> Fax (334) 264-0286 (no phone calls please)
> email: vpauly
> Thank you again, Sharon.