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TAP's mission is to increase awareness of prejudice and discrimination and examine its causes and roots; open dialogue with and between students and educators from elementary school through college; and promote understanding and respect for all through the critical exploration and analysis of films, television, and other media.
TAP works on all issues of discrimination whether based on race, religion, disability, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, or body image.

Now celebrating 15 years!

Who We Are

TAP is a grass-roots organization created by and for: Educators, Students, Parents and Concerned citizens.

Together we can: build community, promote understanding, respect, appreciation and acceptance for all people, and develop a climate in which we are all enriched by each other.

TAP Recommendations

TAP recommends films to use with your students to help you with your discussions on diversity and on confronting prejudice.

TAP recommends books to use with your students to help you with your discussions on diversity and on confronting prejudice.

Middle School Movie and Cartoon Recommendations

Latest Additions

TAP is now accepting entries for the 2015-2016 Middle School Essay Contest!

Read the winning essays from our 2014-2015 High School Essay Contest!

See the winning art work from our 2014 Elementary School Art Contest!

Listen to a radio interview about TAP, prejudice, and the aftermath of 9-11.

Listen to Annie Lynn's song "No Time for Hate".

TAP Merchandise

TAP offers video guides. Click on the button below to take a look!


View information on TAP's current and past Essay and Art Contests.


One child, one teacher, one book and one pen can change the world.

— Malala Yousafzai
Subject of the new film He Named Me Malala


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