Galvanized by the 1963 Birmingham Children’s March, Campbell’s experience at the Milwaukee March For Our Lives proves young people can effect change.
Jeff McGuire, Executive Director of the Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police, speaks about the rising rates of Antisemitic hate crimes in Ontario and the ways that police units across Ontario are responding.
Holocaust survivor, writer, psychoanalyst and scholar Dr. Anna Ornstein joins senior program associate of Jewish Education Shira Deener and Jan Darsa, director of the Facing History Center forJewish Education, for a one-hour webinar.
Filmmaker Beth Murphy and author and founder of The List Project, Kirk Johnson, join Vice President and Chief Program Officer Marc Skvirsky as they discuss Johnson's book, To Be a Friend is Fatal, and Murphy's documentary, The List.
Read a winning essay from Facing History's 2017, "Making Choices in Today's World" about student author Sam's experience coming out as transgender to family members. Sam draws connections to the famous novel To Kill A Mockingbird.
Student author Neha describes how activist and education advocate Malala Yousafzai made her rethink the opportunities in her own community to be an upstander and make a difference. Learn more in this scholarship-winning essay from Facing History's 2017 student essay contest.
In this webinar we will be exploring a framework for having rigorous, nuanced, and identity-safe conversations about contemporary and difficult-to-navigate issues.
Read a scholarship-winning essay from Facing History's 2017 "Making Choices in Today's World" student essay contest. Student author Charlie details how he drew inspiration from politician Harvey Milk to come out to his peers.