Educator Resources

Access the resources advancing human rights curriculum in the classroom.

Master Class Series

Join Speak Truth To Power in their Master Class Series highlighting five incredible human rights educators across the United States. Each educator will share strategies to foster greater teacher capacity in bringing human rights education into the classroom, how human rights education truly transforms the student's attitudes and behaviors towards themselves and the world, and how to foster the next generation of human rights defenders by taking bold and mindful action using engaging 21st century content.

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Educator Guide
Owoimaha Church

How Speak Truth to Power is Relevant in Students' Communities

Estella Owoimaha-Church

Los Angeles, California

Dr. Robin DeLuca-Acconi

How speak truth to power promotes social and emotional learning

Dr. Robin DeLuca-Acconi

Stony Brook, New York

Chris Buckley

How speak truth to power prepares students for the C3 Standards

Chris Buckley

Brookfield, Connecticut

Mona Al-Hayani

Speak Truth to Power's Real World Applications in the Classroom

Mona Al-Hayani

Toledo, Ohio

Michelle Haddix

How Speak Truth to Power Helps Teach 21st Century Skills

Michelle Haddix

Indianapolis, Indiana


Get up to speed on Speak Truth to Power’s many learning resources and unique professional development opportunities with a short video walkthrough of the program. Discover new teacher tools to bring human rights education into your class.

RFK Human Rights & Speak Truth to Power Information (2:00)

Website Tour (3:27)

  • Universal Declaration of Human Rights (3:48)
  • Become a Defender Guide (4:28)
  • Interactive Defenders Map (5:00)
  • Defender Profiles & Videos (5:29)
  • Virtual Field Trip (6:03)
  • Master Class Series (7:04)

Summer Institutes (8:01)

Lead Educator Program (8:43)

Learn effective strategies for igniting human rights education in your class.

Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights Mission Statement

Led by human rights activist and lawyer Kerry Kennedy, Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights has advocated for a more just and peaceful world since 1968. We work alongside local activists to ensure lasting positive change in governments and corporations. Whether in the United States or abroad, our programs have pursued justice through strategic litigation on key human rights issues, educated millions of children in human rights advocacy and fostered a social good approach to business and investment.