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Facing History and Ourselves is an organization created in 1976 by educators who believed that instilling intellectual vigor and curiosity goes hand-in-hand with teaching facts and figures. We provide training, professional development, and resources that support the practical needs, and the spirits, of educators worldwide who share the goal of creating a better, more informed, and more thoughtful society. Our podcast series features voices from the Facing History community and encourages cr ...
 
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Welcome back everyone to another delicious, nutritious podcast! This week we go in on toxic fandoms, girl scout cookies, and our favorites candy bars. Be sure to let us know how you're liking the show by subscribing, rating, and commenting on your favorite platforms! We'll see you next week!โดย Luis & Ethan
 
Welcome back friends to another episode! This week we talk about Luis getting banned on Tinder, Ethan's wild trip to Oklahoma, and much more! Be sure to check us out on social media and if you enjoy the show let us know by leaving a comment on your favorite platform! https://linktr.ee/TalkAboutStuffโดย Luis & Ethan
 
Welcome back everyone! This week we go into our in depth review of the Zack Snyder's Justice League. We talk things we liked, didn't like, and stuff that was just ok! Let us know what you thought of the movie! Don't forget to share, rate, and review the show on whichever platform you prefer!โดย Luis & Ethan
 
Happy Austin 3:16 day everybody! This week the boys talk about how awful daylight savings time is, visiting San Francisco, getting questioned by cops, and much more! Be sure to give us a like, review, and comment on the show!โดย Luis & Ethan
 
Welcome back everybody! This week Luis and Ethan talk about the Texas governor's idiotic decision to reopen the state, sex workers, and the current housing market. A bit more serious than usual but still plenty of laughs! Hope you enjoy the show and remember to subscribe and comment as it really helps us out!…
 
We are finally back for an in person podcast! This week we talk about the Mr. Potato Head "controversy", minimum wage, and pineapple on pizza! If you enjoy our content be sure to like, comment, and subscribe to the show!โดย Luis & Ethan
 
Welcome back to the podcast everyone! We've got another socially distant episode for you! This week we talk about some more serious issues like digital blackface, cancel culture, and more! As always thanks for checking out the show. Be sure to leave a comment with your thoughts about any topic we talk about!…
 
Welcome to the podcast​ where we talk about everything and anything! Today, the bois spend Valentine's Day together and discuss Luis' crazy date story, find a mutual disgust with ketchup, and talk rectal exams. Enjoy! https://linktr.ee/TalkAboutStuffโดย Luis & Ethan
 
This weeks episode, Luis and Ethan...disagree with each other?! Join us as we talk about noodles, different lanes of party people, and the controversial fry & frosty dipping technique! If you’re enjoying our content and want to see more feel free to like, comment, and subscribe on your preferred platforms! https://linktr.ee/TalkAboutStuff…
 
Our most controversial episode yet! This week we talk about ghosts, religion, and deep dish pizza! Be sure to rate, comment, and subscribe on your preferred platforms! https://linktr.ee/TalkAboutStuffโดย Luis & Ethan
 
This week we talk getting banned on Twitter, kink shame EVERYONE, and look at fan responses to last episode! Be sure to follow, like, review on all your favorite platforms! https://linktr.ee/TalkAboutStuffโดย Luis & Ethan
 
Today we talk about what we would want for our last meal, rant about guitars and finding our musical tastes, and pitch our award winning biopic/documentary! Be sure to subscribe and rate the show on whichever platform you’re listening on!โดย Luis & Ethan
 
This week we talk about drinking stories, meeting Donald Glover (aka Childish Gambino), and write the next great disaster movie based on the year 2020. Be sure to follow us on the socials! https://linktr.ee/TalkAboutStuffโดย Luis & Ethan
 
Welcome back everybody! Trust us when we say this episode has something for everyone! It just wouldn't be a holiday episode without us talking about some ridiculous, disgusting, and thought provoking stuff.โดย Luis & Ethan
 
Ethan Zuckerman, Director of the Center for Civic Media at MIT and principal research scientist at the MIT Media Lab, delivers a talk at Facing History and Ourselves’ Day of Learning “Thought, Judgment, Action: Choosing to Participate.” Zuckerman illustrates some new ways in which young people are participating and trying to affect change, and disc…
 
Anthony Appiah, Professor of Philosophy and Law at New York University and Chair of the Facing History Board of Scholars, delivers a talk at Facing History and Ourselves’ Day of Learning (2015) “Thought, Judgment, Action: Choosing to Participate.” Appiah describes and defines the concept of honor, and how it can be used to bring about social change…
 
Jon Sawyer, founding Director of the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting, delivers a talk at Facing History and Ourselves’ Day of Learning: Confronting Evil in Individuals and Societies. Sawyer describes how the Pulitzer Center does, uses new media and platforms to expand the reach of traditional print journalism, engage new audiences, and sustain …
 
Jeffrey Burds, professor of History at Northeastern University, delivers a talk at Facing History and Ourselves' Day of Learning: Confronting Evil in Individuals and Societies. Burds examines the "microhistory" of the events in Lvov, Ukraine during the summer of 1941 that led to the massacre of thousands of Jews.…
 
Luis Moreno Ocampo, former Chief Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court, delivers a talk at Facing History and Ourselves’ Day of Learning: Confronting Evil in Individuals and Societies. Moreno Ocampo describes the importance of international law in preventing atrocities by illustrating examples, including the trials at Nuremburg and the Jun…
 
Elaine Pagels, Professor of Religion at Princeton University, delivers a talk at Facing History and Ourselves’ Day of Learning: Confronting Evil in Individuals and Societies. Pagels explains that many interpretations of evil throughout history are inspired by the Book of Revelation, and she uses artistic depictions to describe the events of the sto…
 
Mary Helen Immordino-Yang, Assistant Professor of Education, Psychology and Neuroscience at the University of Southern California, delivers a talk at Facing History and Ourselves’ Day of Learning: Confronting Evil in Individuals and Societies. Immodino-Yang uses examples from experiments she has run to describe some of her findings about how humans…
 
Anthony Appiah, Professor of Philosophy at New York University, delivers a talk at Facing History and Ourselves’ Day of Learning: Confronting Evil in Individuals and Societies. Appiah demonstrates the difficulties philosophers in the 18th century faced in determining how natural evil (natural disasters, for example) was possible in a world created …
 
Kwame Anthony Appiah from Princeton University describes the three basic principles of ethics and applies them to personal and group identities, illustrating how ethics can help shape the way we think about and approach diverse identities. While he acknowledges that people have used identity to place limits and negative associations onto a group of…
 
Deborah Plummer, a psychologist from the Univ. of Massachusetts discusses how humans must navigate a variety of obstacles, including basic scientific processes such as our biological instinct of fight or flight, when interacting in a diverse world.
 
Martha Minow, dean of the Harvard Law School, delivers a talk titled “Making All the Difference – American Law’s Treatment of Race and Identities” as part of Facing History’s Day of Learning “Reimagining Self and Other.” In this episode, Minow explains how the law can be used to reinforce social prejudices and create power imbalances, but can also …
 
Omer Bartov, a historian from Brown University, delivers a talk titled “Nationalism and Violence” as part of Facing History’s Day of Learning “Reimagining Self and Other.” In this episode, Bartov uses the history of the Eastern European region of Eastern Galicia as a case study of how nationalism can be a source for violence. To illustrate this poi…
 
David Jones, a Professor of the Culture of Medicine at Harvard University, delivers a talk titled “Genetic (Mis)understandings – The Modern Science of Human Difference” as part of Facing History’s Day of Learning “Reimagining Self and Other.” Jones traces an extensive historical overview of the theories behind human difference, from ancient Greeks …
 
Binna Kandola, a psychologist and diversity scholar from Leeds University, delivers a talk titled “Diffusing Bias” as part of Facing History’s Day of Learning “Reimagining Self and Other.” In this talk, Kandola explains the different types of biases we face in society today, using examples from studies that he and other scholars have conducted. He …
 
Michael Inzlicht, a psychologist from the University of Toronto, delivers a talk titled “What Does Neuroscience Suggest About Prejudice” as part of Facing History’s Day of Learning “Reimagining Self and Other.” Inzlicht illustrates that stereotypes and the idea of stereotype threat have very real consequences in terms of achievement, behavior, and …
 
Genocide scholar and author Daniel Goldhagen discusses the history of antisemitism and its relevance today. Facing History's Doc Miller concludes the podcast. A middle school teacher for over 30 years, Miller discusses the importance of bringing conversations about this history into the classroom.
 
Holocaust survivor Rena Finder and Facing History and Ourselves Executive Director Margot Stern Strom talk about the impact of bringing the stories of Holocaust survivors into classrooms, and how those stories will be told in years to come.
 
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