PIN isn't the only group that is working on diversity and intercultural issues. Here are some other sites that deal with the same concerns, though many of them use the term "multicultural" (as we used to).
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“For families and educators raising world citizens, through arts, activities, crafts, food, language, and love.”
“Tips from experts, lesson plan ideas, and ready-to-go activities that speak to the backgrounds of all your students” from Scholastic.com.
Lists NEA (National Education Association) Web pages with information about multicultural and diversity education, books for multicultural educators, and web sites containing multicultural education curriculum
Scrolling down the self-help list of materials developed by the University Counseling Center of the University of Notre Dame will lead to multicultural awareness resources including overcoming racial stereotypes,
measuring and increasing multicultural awareness, and communicating about multicultural issues.
A “curriculum materials library” list gathered by UNLV, the University of Nevada, Las Vegas
A list of links for educators from Brigham Young University
The racial/ethnic identity resources mostly point to local organizations, but this site broadens the subject of diversity to include broader sexual/gender identity resources.