A Mile in Our Shoes is a new program from the news curating company Newsela, which takes content from a variety of credible news sources, such as the Associated Press, The Washington Post, and Los Angeles Times, and rewrites the articles at five reading levels to make reading news accessible to all ages.
Funded by the Carnegie Foundation, The Islam Project is a multimedia effort aimed at schools, communities, and individuals, created in part with the idea that accurate information, representing a spectrum of perspectives, is the most effective antidote to fear and misunderstanding.
Like so many of the best radio shows and podcasts available today, RadioDiaries is rooted firmly in the tradition of Studs Terkel, the author, historian, and radio broadcaster who was the first to popularize the recording of everyday people around the country.
How can closely examining a troubling moment in history inform choices today? Facing History and Ourselves offers a free lesson that draws on readings and short videos featuring the United States Ambassador to the United Nations in conversation with the young people of Newcomers High School in New York—all immigrants—to explain and humanize a crisis that often feels too overwhelming to confront.