Advisory activities can encourage the authentic relationship and community building that students need to feel safe and supported in their schools. These advisory activities expose students to diverse perspectives and guide them to understand those perspectives, and to critically and honestly analyze ideas from a variety of cultures. Each advisory activity includes a goal, meeting components and teacher tips. There are two types of face-to-face advisories—Circle of Power and Respect (CPR) and Activity Plus (A+), both of which create a safe, inclusive atmosphere in which students and their teachers may learn about each other and grow closer—even when discussing challenging subjects like racism and heterosexism. By Teaching Tolerance and The Origins Program.