Explore crucial issues relating to equity, diversity, and social justice. In Warsaw, witness the power of national pride at the Warsaw Uprising Museum, which pays tribute to those who fought and died for Poland’s independence after WWII. Visit Auschwitz, known worldwide as the most notorious Nazi concentration and death camp. In Krakow, learn about those who stand up to discrimination and the denial of rights by paying a visit to Oskar Schindler’s Factory. Take a walking tour of Berlin where you will witness defining symbols of a turbulent and often-divisive past. Visit the Holocaust Museum in Washington D.C, or, in Los Angeles, challenge racism and prejudice at the Museum of Tolerance, before volunteering at a local food bank. Consider ways to get involved in social activism with your students, to promote a more inclusive, tolerant world.