Student Learners Short videos and learning activities for middle and high school students to do independently or as part of a class assignment, as well as resources for conducting research on WWII incarceration. Model Minority Myth: Can stereotypes ever be good? Explore the model minority stereotype, and discover how it became a label for Asian Americans and is used to enforce racial hierarchies. “Other”: A Brief History of American Xenophobia A short film and learning activities to help students engage with the history of xenophobia and racism in our country. The Aki Kurose Story Short film and curriculum teaching Japanese American incarceration history through one woman’s story. Produced by TedEd with Densho. Introduction to WWII Incarceration A series of short videos introducing viewers to the unjust incarceration of Japanese Americans during WWII. National History Day Resources for History Day and other student projects about Japanese American WWII incarceration.