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.
A program associate shares the four tips she uses to facilitate difficullt conversations.
Read how a student used Facing History to navigate the divisive 2016 presidential election when voting for the first time.
Farah Pandith speaks about how George Washington's 1790 letter to the Hebrew Congregation of Newport, Rhode Island began a American tradition of respect toward people of different faiths.
The following scholars, prominent authors, and notable public figures contributed to Facing History's new publication, Washington's Rebuke to Bigotry: Reflections On Our First President’s Famous 1790 Letter To the Hebrew Congregation in Newport, Rhode Island. Find more about the contributors here.
"Chuck Out the Men" (Raus mit den Männern), by Friedrich Hollaender (1926)