Post-Election Support for Difficult Conversations

Facing History and Ourselves equips teachers and students to wrestle with today's difficult issues through the lens of history, and empowers young people to stand up against racism, antisemitism, and prejudice.

How we talk about things matters. The divisive rhetoric of the US presidential election and its aftermath have shown us that we must figure out how to talk—and listen—with civility and respect. These skills are vital to the health of civil society and the future of democracy.

Read more from us in the New York Times and tell us #HowWillYouTalk this holiday season.

People Make Choices. Choices Make History

Watch Facing History's video featuring Sir Ben Kinglsey.


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