Diversity and Inclusion Resources

Find and share professional documents—from curricula to articles to presentations. Our Professional Resource Library is a great way for NCFR members and active Certified Family Life Educators to pool knowledge on a wide variety of family topics.

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Stephen Russell

Bias-motivated bullying research

In this clip from his NCFR 2013 annual conference plenary session, Dr. Stephen Russell, distinguished professor, University of Arizona, discusses current research on biased-motivated bullying and the impact that it has on child well-being.

The entire video is available to NCFR members on our 2013 conference recordings page.

You can also find a group of video and audio recordings from various LGBT-related sessions.

Martin Luther King, Jr.

"I have a dream..."

Wednesday, Aug. 28, 2013, marked the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington for civil rights, and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s famous "I have a dream" speech. You can watch his entire speech below in honor of the occasion.

(Also, did you know that Dr. King improvised the "I have a dream" phrase in the speech? That's right — it wasn't in the planned text.)

Helen Keller and Anne Sullivan

Rare footage of Helen Keller and Anne Sullivan

In this video, Anne Sullivan — arguably the world's greatest teacher — explains how she and Helen Keller — arguably the world's greatest student — worked to build Keller's ability to speak, though Keller was both blind and deaf. The last line is particularly poignant.