About this event:
Our single professional learning sessions are designed to easily fit into your day. Typically one hour or less, these sessions explore timely and relevant topics including teaching strategies, current events, and more.
This professional learning event will be led by Facing History staff. When you register, you will receive instructions for how to attend the event.
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After a Jewish community in Pittsburgh was rocked by a violent antisemitic attack, the larger community came together to support their neighbors and speak out against hate. Facing History and Ourselves is partnering with Not In Our Town to develop a viewing guide for the documentary Repairing the World: Stories from the Tree of Life. This viewing guide is designed for educators to use with clips from the film to explore various topics about antisemitism and rising above hate with their students. During this webinar, Repairing the World film director Patrice O’Neill discussed the making of the film and its implications in the fight against antisemitism and racism.
About the Panelists:
Danielle Frandina, Facilitator
Program Designer, Facing History and Ourselves
Danielle is a Program Designer for the Contemporary Antisemitism Project at Facing History. She was a high school Humanities teacher for 14 years, working in both public and Jewish school settings. She is also a writer, literary event organizer and academic coach based in Portland, Oregon.
Patrice O’Neil, Presenter
Filmmaker and CEO, The Working Group
Patrice O’Neill is a filmmaker and CEO of the Oakland-based non-profit strategic media company, The Working Group and leader of Not In Our Town. Her film Not In Our Town began as a half-hour PBS special and turned into a dynamic movement to stop hate and build inclusion in communities across the U.S. and around the world. For 25 years, O'Neill has fostered a network of “Not In Our Town” activists and helped lead screenings and town hall meetings to launch sustainable hate response and prevention efforts.
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