How do educators help young people understand and balance the risks that can sometimes come with being an upstander?
We spoke with Dory Lerner, Museum Educator at the National Civil Rights Museum and a Facing History volunteer, about the importance of the Memphis Upstanders Mural.
How can we use historical empathy to help them engage with history and process their own roles in the world today?
Journalist Jelani Cobb shares his insight on the present day tensions surrounding race in the US.
A program associate shares the four tips she uses to facilitate difficullt conversations.
Four tips to make new students of all kinds feel welcome.
Forty-one years ago this month, a violent military coup in Chile led by Army Commander-in-Chief Augusto Pinochet overthrew Salvador Allende's democratically-elected government.
This webinar explores how Facing History’s approach to essential questions helps students make authentic connections between Judaic content and the world around them, and how these questions can deepen students’ learning and increase their engagement on both an emotional and intellectual level.