The bigotry and hate that we witness today are legacies of past brutal injustices. Our educators teach history in a new way, using stories and case studies to draw out lessons that students can apply to their lives and choices today.
Explore the digital version of our core resource on the Holocaust. Find classroom-ready readings, primary sources, and short documentary films that support a study of the Holocaust through the lens of human behavior.
Young people have the power to affect meaningful change in their classrooms, communities, and the world. Learn how Facing History can help you inspire students to stand up for what they believe in and choose to participate.
From Reflection to Action
Hear three inspiring stories from Facing History upstanders about how choosing to participate had a positive impact on their communities.
Kobi J., California
Raegan M., New York
Khamilla J., Tennessee
[My Facing History class] inspired me to learn how hidden histories and other injustices affect our lives today.
Deztinee G., Facing History Student, Chicago, IL
Integrate themes of democracy and freedom throughout your US history course with our US History Curriculum Collection. Designed to be flexible, you can adapt this set of units, lesson plans, and C3 inquiries to fit your curriculum.