Stop The Hate Program Launches, Will Give Away $100K –

Posted By on August 31, 2021

BEACHWOOD, OH The annual Maltz Museum's Stop the Hate program launched this month.

The program distributes approximately $100,000 to Northeast Ohio students in grades 6-12 and their schools. The theme for this year's contest is courage, as inspired by Cambodian-born human rights activist, author and Cleveland resident Loung Ung, who once said, "Courage is when you dare to be yourself, in whatever ways you want to be - to not be afraid, to just do it."

This year, the program has expanded to include free online museum tours of the Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage and school classroom workshops. Students taking part in workshops will:

A virtual information session on the program will be held Sept. 13 at 7 p.m. via Zoom. Representatives from the Maltz Museum, Lake Erie Ink and Roots of American Music will explain how to participate in Stop the Hate, as a school or student.

Session attendees will also hear from the 2021 Education of the Year, Kari Beery of Mayfield Schools, and from contest finalists, and will learn about tours, workshops and the contests. There will be a question-and-answer session.


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