What is Activity Sharing?

ADL wants to share activities between its partner schools. So many of you create impactful, insightful and effective activities/ projects for your students and staff to accomplish your No Place for Hate goals. Now, we have a section for you to do just that.

Below are a few activities that schools in Colorado and Wyoming have sent ADL, which they have used with success in conjunction with their work to earn their designation as a No Place for Hate® school. 

We want more examples!! Let us share the lessons & learnings!   

Please submit your No Place for Hate® activity writeups to be posted on our website. 

You can use this TEMPLATE - NPFH Activity Share and send it to Tara Raju (traju@adl.org) and we will post it here for others to use.

These activities are designed to be fun and interactive.  Common sense should be used when leading and/or participating in these activities and safety for all those involved should be considered.  ADL is not responsible for any actions taken by any person/s who leads and/or participates in any of the activities listed.  So have fun, be safe and know the limits of the members of your group.

Activities from Partner NPFH Schools


  Murphy Creek P-8 (Aurora)

  How is glitter like our words? 

  Gateway High School (Aurora)

  Sharing Newspapers from Around the World

  Greeley West High School (Greeley)

  Share Hello! Stickers

  Nevin Platt Middle School (Boulder)

  Examining Community Words That Hurt. Words That Heal

  University Schools (Greeley)

  Peace Circles

  Whiting High School (Laramie, WY)

  Traditional Cookbooks


Check out Rampart High School's No Place for Hate public service announcements here (each runs 100 seconds):

  Words have power, choose them wisely   Pay Kindness Forward
  Make A New Friend   Don't Let Hate Be a Part of Your Vocabulary

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