A Family Educates to Prevent Hate Crimes: The Case of Joseph Ileto

IntroductionStewart Kwoh:

Joseph Ileto was a Filipino American postal carrier who was shot and killed by an avowed white supremacist in Los Angeles in 1999. The killer shot and wounded five Jewish youth on the same day. The Ileto family has spoken out against hate crimes against racial minorities, LGBT individuals and those of diverse religious backgrounds since the day their son and brother was killed because of his race.

 

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UNIT LESSON PLANS FOR THE CASE OF JOSEPH ILETO

Subject: ENGLISH

Grades: 6

Topic:ELA Middle School Essay Writing - Powerful Individuals, Powerful Movements

Stories: Vincent Chin - Lily Chin: The Courage to Speak Out

 

Subject: ENGLISH

Grades: 11-12

Topic: Hate Crimes, Microaggressions

Stories: A Family Educates to Prevent Hate Crimes: The Case of Joseph Ileto | Vincent Chin - Lily Chin: The Courage to Speak Out

 

Subject: MATH

Grades: 9-12

Topic: Math Alg 1 Statistics - Hate Crime Analysis

Stories: A Citizen Fights for His Civil Rights after 9/11 | A Family Educates to Prevent Hate Crimes: The Case of Joseph Ileto | Vincent Chin - Lily Chin: The Courage to Speak Out | Who Took the Rap? A Call to Action

 

 

 

 

 

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