And Then They Came For Us brings history into the present, linking the dehumanization of Japanese Americans during World War II with dehumanization today.
For over a decade, Facing History has partnered with The Allstate Foundation to host Community Conversations and bring communities together through meaningful dialogue around today’s most profound issues. Students, teachers, parents and community members from all walks of life engage with distinguished speakers to challenge their collective thinking, promote tolerance, and create social change.
What does it mean to live in a world where even our most sacred spaces are vulnerable to the most violent crimes? What are our responsibilities as individuals? What should our collective response be?
The author of the bestseller Enrique's Journey discusses immigration, reporting during times of conflict, and the power young people have to shape our world for the better.