Guidance for teachers to help students make connections between current events and the long history of racial injustice and violence in the US
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What We Do
Teachers can increase student engagement and achievement through Facing History’s innovative approach to civics, social studies, humanities, and language arts education.
Our approach to whole-staff professional development, school-wide programming, curriculum sequencing, and more creates school communities committed to issues of ethics, social responsibility, and justice.
Facing History convenes community members for meaningful dialogue about today’s most profound and challenging issues. Speakers and topics address what it means to be a citizen in a democratic society and inspire positive change in the world.

Our Impact

Facing History Works:


of teachers trained Would Recommend


Students are twice as likely to be motivated To Learn


of students recognizeRacism & Bigotry

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Everything you need to get started teaching your students about racism, antisemitism and prejudice.