December 10 is International Human Rights Day. Below are five resources that help make connections between struggles for human rights from history and our own lives today.
This March, Facing History and Ourselves is honored to celebrate Women’s History Month by highlighting courageous women and girls who have actively made history. We know you’re strapped for time as an educator, but fear not.
Frank Stebbins speaks about his path to teaching, unique approaches in the classroom, and how Facing History has been instrumental in his development as an educator. Stebbins was recently named the 2019 Hank Kaplowitz Outstanding Human Rights Educator of the Year by the Human Rights Institute at Kean University.
Merging educational programs like Facing History’s with transitional justice efforts can be a powerful approach to support youth to become active global citizens who make positive, informed decisions.
March is Women's History Month in the United States and United Kingdom—Canada celebrates in October—while International Women's Day is celebrated globally on March 8. Introduce your students to everyday women, female politicians, and upstanders big and small who have made contributions to world history with these four resources.