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War is only half the story. Use these evocative photographs with your students to explore the human stories that emerge in the aftermath of war and violence.
The online companion to our Nanjing Atrocities book includes maps, images, timelines, and readings for students to gain a deeper understanding of East Asia during World War II.
Arch Oboler’s 1938 radio play, performed by Katharine Hepburn, pleaded with American audiences to offer more aid to Jewish refugee children. It aired as the country debated over the Wagner-Rogers Bill (Joint Resolution 64).
View photos by Rodrigo Abd depicting the aftermath of the Guatemalan Civil war.
Photographer Carlos J. Ortiz: Too Young to Die Interview with WBEZ
See more resources on The Armenian Genocide.
See more resources on the Guatemalan Civil War and its aftermath.
See more resources on the civil war in Sierra Leone that took place from 1991 to 2002.
Facilitate discussion in your classroom around the recent attacks in Jewish, Christian, and Muslim places of worship, and explore with students how communities respond after incidents of hate.
Facing History and Chicago Public Schools are partnering to provide curriculum and professional development for 8th grade Social Science and high school World and American History classes.
Enhance your understanding of The Nanjing Atrocities with these maps, videos, teaching strategies and primary source documents.
Reflect with your students on what we can do to stop ongoing atrocities and prevent genocide from happening again.