is a high school based interactive curriculum developed by the
Daniel Cantor Wultz Foundation to educate youth on the tactics,
consequences, and challenges posed by terrorism and other crimes of
hate in the 21st century.
The program examines:
the nature of terrorism,
root causes, why it never works,
evolution of a terrorist,
social justice, and
Through the course, student participants develop a deep
understanding of strategies and goals of
extremists who promote hate and deliberately use
terrorism as a tactic to further fanatic religious and
Participants also discover the role they can play –
individually and as a community – to respond to these
unique challenges of the 21st century, including
how each of us can be upstanders and not bystanders.
program brings together student participants representing diverse
ethnic, racial, religious and socio-economic backgrounds.
Graduates will be encouraged to work on cooperative projects,
such as community and peer outreach, petitions,
letter writing campaigns, and development of an international
student tribunal that rejects hate and promotes social
justice and tolerance.
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