With the help of over 100 judges and more than 10,000 voters, we are proud to reveal the winners of this year’s Facing History Together Student Essay Contest!
We hope you will join us in sharing their powerful words, far and wide.
Can we claim that 19th century ancestors are “legal” immigrants in contrast to today’s “illegal,” undocumented immigrants, if there were no laws preventing them or anyone else from coming to the United States at the time?
Explore this question through the lens of “moral luck” at the Facing Today blog.
Our international community of mindful and creative educators, students, and community members are exploring topics and issues at the heart of our work.
Connect with like-minded educators, parents, and students from the Facing History community in and around Southern California.
Find projects, activities, resources, and inspiration from educators across Canada who are integrating Facing History in their classrooms.
Facing History teaches us to think about the world in new ways, igniting ongoing conversations about how we can build a society free from racism, religious intolerance, bullying, and hatred of all kinds. When we face history together, we create a better future. Let’s talk.
With your help, we can do more.