Transforming Pain Instead of Transmitting It


All those who were not able to attend our webinar on FACING TRAUMA: The Intersection of Healing and Justice last month, on September 8, can now access it on demand by clicking HERE


and by using the passcode j42*yXgQ

In addition, we’ve created a discussion guide to go along with the webinar experience. It is meant to serve as an educational resource for teachers to help their students learn about 9/11 through a self reflective lens. Students will explore a variety of perspectives and extend their thinking through written reflection and/or interactive dialogue. The questions in the discussion guide promote critical thinking and open-mindedness, and serve as a spring board for students to think, speak, and act. CLICK HERE to view the guide.

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Students, families and supporters can explore the issues of peace, justice, reconciliation and lessons from 9/11 together. CLICK HERE to learn more.


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