Margaret Wells

Margaret Wells first connected with Facing History and Ourselves in 1982 when she attended a seminar in Brookline, Massachusetts. Since then she has used FHAO methods and resources in her own secondary teaching, in her work with teachers as a curriculum consultant and co-ordinator, and in her work as a teacher educator at York University and at OISE, University of Toronto. Margaret also has been a member of the FHAO board since the Canadian office opened in Toronto.

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Unlearning Hate: Responding to the Rise of White Nationalism

Posted by Margaret Wells on April 26, 2019

On Monday May 6, 2019 Facing History and Ourselves Canada is celebrating our tenth anniversary with a program called Unlearning Hate: A Conversation with Derek Black and Allison Gornik at the Toronto Centre for the Arts.

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Topics: Antisemitism, difficult conversations, apologies, Facing Canada, white supremacy, islamophobia


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