Bridgeland High School, a “No Place for Hate” campus, Shows Implicit Bias Video


Bridgeland High School is a “No Place for Hate” (NPFH) campus and one of the advisory activities related to that designation included the viewing of a film about “implicit bias.“ “No Place for Hate” is an Anti-Defamation League “school climate improvement framework” currently in over 1,600 schools nationwide. Parents received an email from the assistant principal on February 8th, 2021 to inform them that on February 17th, 2021 students would view this video. Parents were asked to “view the video and talk to your child about this topic.”

Here is a link to the NPFH 2020-2021 Coordinator Handbook and Resource Guide.

Below is an op-ed written by a Colorado dad about what it means to be a ‘No Place for Hate’ school’:

Johnson: What’s ‘No Place For Hate’ actually teaching Colorado kids?