U.S. Representative John Lewis tells a story about his past to highlight citizens’ efforts to unite the United States.
Scholar Donna-Lee Frieze chronicles the life and work of Raphael Lemkin.
New York became the focal point of an extraordinary array of human and cultural energies. At the same time the new media industries of advertising, radio networks, public relations, and magazines found their homes in midtown Manhattan.
Kwame Anthony Appiah discusses how and why humans create a “we and they” distinction.
Anne Kronenberg speaks as part of a panel on the life and legacy of Harvey Milk.
Actor Don Cheadle (Hotel Rwanda) shares the experience of his first trip to Chad to visit with refugees from Darfur. The hope and optimism of the people he met became his inspiration for getting more involved in helping to end the crisis.
Jennifer Jones-Clark leads a workshop on ostracism and bullying.
Learn how Facing History helped Capital City Public Charter strengthen school culture and decreased bullying behavior.
Kwame Anthony Appiah discusses some factors that create conditions for prejudice or tolerance in a society.
Margot Stern Strom, the founder and President Emerita of Facing History and Ourselves, describes growing up in Jim Crow-era Memphis.