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Partner with Us

Your partnership with Facing History demonstrates a meaningful commitment to a more equitable future.

By engaging with Facing History and supporting our work, you are making a critical investment in our students and educators. You encourage them as they are on the front lines of creating the next generation of upstanders, changemakers, and visionaries.

The Impact of Partnership

Young people are the reason we do our work at Facing History & Ourselves. Even in the midst of deep social division and global uncertainty, their enthusiasm, intelligence, and curiosity bring us hope. Partnering with Facing History helps millions of young people in Facing History classrooms around the world see that their voices and choices matter.

Hear inspiring stories from Facing History students.

Kobi J. at podium.
Student Reagan Miller in classroom.
Khamilla Johnson in classroom.

Kobi J., California

Raegan M., New York

Khamilla J., Tennessee

The Power of Partnership

Your partnership helps us to continue toward a world where every student can experience Facing History’s unique and effective classroom approach. Your investment has the power to:

  • Help us cultivate long-term relationships with individual educators and entire schools and districts across the United States
  • Support the expansion of our industry-leading program initiatives, designed to help schools implement more equity-based and culturally mediated practices with intention
  • Make more professional learning opportunities and curricular resources available to hundreds of thousands of educators at no cost to them
Partnering with Facing History & Ourselves has enabled us to empower a new generation of leaders with the context, empathy, resilience, and skills to face today’s challenges and create a better tomorrow. 
— Francie Schnipke Richards, Vice President, Social Responsibility and The Allstate Foundation

Initiatives to Support

Combating Contemporary Antisemitism 

Since 1976, we have collaborated with leading thinkers and scholars to develop training and resources to help educators teach their students about the Holocaust and contemporary antisemitism. Our new training and resources are focused on recognizing and confronting antisemitic bias and hate in schools and communities.

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Teaching for Equity and Justice

Our Teaching for Equity and Justice program equips educators with the tools and materials necessary to engage in difficult conversations in their classrooms about historical and current events related to racial equity and justice.

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Current Events in Your Classroom

Access our collection of just-in-time mini-lessons.

Teaching Current Events and Understanding Democracy

Today’s students are growing up in an extraordinarily complex and contentious time. Students increasingly want and need the opportunity to learn about and discuss the issues of the day at school, yet many educators feel under-equipped to teach about current events. To meet the growing need for current events-focused learning, we are continuing to expand our collection.

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Expanding to New Communities

The New Communities Project expands our reach to both urban and rural areas in the southern states where educators have not typically had access to our curricula or professional development. Led by our Southeast office based in Memphis, TN, this initiative is designed to provide the training, content, and resources these educators need to create safe, inclusive spaces where all students are invited to explore our nation’s complex history.

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