The Aspen Institute Citizenship and American Identity Program (CAI), Facing History and Ourselves, and The Allstate Corporation announce the launch of the Better Arguments Project, a national series of town hall meetings to encourage Americans to engage each other in better, more productive debates about core American ideals.
GrubStreet, the nation's largest and leading creative writing center, is partnering with the Boston Public Library and Facing History and Ourselves to host a Write-In in solidarity with recent refugees, immigrants and all people in Boston on Friday, May 19.
High school students from five schools across the GTA gathered at the Native Canadian Centre of Toronto on Tuesday April 25th to present ideas at a community summit on how to integrate Indigenous culture at their schools.
The community summit was the final stage of Decolonizing Schools Together, an initiative organized by Facing History. Read more about the community summit in this recent article in The Torontoist.
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