Experience Facing History

  • At our April 1 San Francisco Bay Area benefit dinner, we’ll honor Senator Cory Booker with an Upstander Award for his commitment to speaking out against injustice and creating positive change. Follow us for up to date information.
  • “The biggest roadblock to action on genocide and other human rights crimes is ignorance.” - John Prendergast. For Genocide Awareness and Prevention Month, introduce this difficult but important topic into your classroom with these four resources.
  • “Poetry is when an emotion has found its thought and the thought has found words.” - Robert Frost. Find five resources to help you weave poetry into your lesson plans during National Poetry Month in April.
  • We commemorate the 100 year anniversary of the Armenian Genocide with an improved Resource Collection. Easy-to-use readings, videos, and lessons help students engage with a history that is crucial to understanding genocide.
  • How does society rebuild itself after the trauma of war, when the values of democracy are at their most vulnerable? “The Reconstruction Era and the Fragility of Democracy” unit has materials and strategies to engage students deeply in this question.

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    March, 2015
    The Stories We Share: A Raising Ethical Children Event
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    April, 2015
    Memory Unearthed: The Lodz Ghetto Photographs of Henryk Ross
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    April, 2015
    The Fabric of Survival: An Introduction to Facing History and Ourselves