Making it Relevant
“If a law is unjust, a man is not only right to disobey it, he is obligated to do so.” – Thomas Jefferson
Civil discourse is at the core of our mission. We believe that understanding starts with collaboration, which is why we support human rights through education, advocacy, organizing, and action.
History shows us that without civil discourse, injustice takes hold. Deliberative dialogue is as critical today as it’s ever been. This section of our website is designed to help you recognize inequality in modern society.
After a year of shifting political landscapes, we should make 2017 be a year of fostering civil discourse.
Echoes and Reflections Blog. Learn from educators using Echoes and Reflections in the classroom to apply Holocaust education strategies and tools…
IWitness brings educators and their students (ages 13-18) together at the intersection of Holocaust education and the development of critical literacies needed in the 21st century.
Violent antisemitism and hatred did not end with the defeat of Nazi Germany and are on the rise in Europe and the Middle East.
After 2016 jolted Charlotte’s racial equilibrium, some ministers and civic leaders say 2017 is the time to begin the work of reconciliation.
Truth, Justice, and Reconciliation: Arts & Advocacy Project Brooklyn to Biddleville: Then + Now The theme of our Arts and Advocacy 2019...
The Stan Greenspon Center, in partnership with Centropa, the Levine Jewish Community Center and the Hanns Seidel Foundation of Washington and...