Heightening Awareness for Students

Concerning issues of prejudice & discrimination

Giving Students Strategies

To confront prejudice and discrimination

Celebrating over 30 years of educating teens

S.T.O.P. is an education initiative established in 1991. The program was designed and

implemented by representatives of three faith organizations in Sudbury, Massachusetts

with the support and assistance of the Anti Defamation League’s Making a Difference Program.

Goals of the S.T.O.P. Program

  • To heighten participant’s awareness concerning issues of prejudice and discrimination
  • To give students the strategies to confront prejudice and discrimination
  • To develop and affirm leadership skills in participating teens

This program is a seven-week curriculum, targeted to Junior High students and facilitated by high school students. Through the use of games, activities and peer discussions participants learn how to recognize and respond to stereotypes, prejudice and discrimination.

 

“I recently met with my advisor at my college, Washington University in St. Louis. She had read my college application and essays, one of which I had written about STOP. Of my entire application, of all the clubs and activities I participated in (including varsity baseball, Model United Nations, and Student Senate), she was BY FAR most impressed with STOP. I think this speaks to the relevance, as well as the uniqueness of the organization.​.”

Jonah K.

Dates for 2021 VIRTUAL Program

 

February 3rd, 10th and 24th

March 3rd, 10th, 17th and 24th

Zoom link will be sent to all registered participants

Questions? Contact us here.

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