The 1960s and 1970s ushered in Jewish unity as Jews throughout the world banded together to free Soviet Jews.
Use images, artifacts, and audio clips to develop a more nuanced understanding of the 1963 March on Washington.
A lesson plan examining the question: What does Martin Luther King, Jr's struggle have to do with Jews today?
He inadvertently became a catalyst for the State of Israel’s very existence.
Dayan was appointed defense minister in 1967, before the Six Day War, in order to ease the growing fear of annihilation.
Three poignant suggestions for how to shape a child's reaction to frightening news.
A six-lesson curriculum, commissioned by the Covenant Foundation in 2019 and written by master Jewish educators Joel Lurie Grishaver and Ira J. Wise, on the topic of teaching civil discourse, with Jewish and general material appropriate for 6th/7th grades, 8-10th grades, and 11th grade-adult students.
Rabbi Barry Block shares a prayer for a nation in crisis following the tragic attack on the U.S. Capitol.
A curated list of resources by Prizmah: Center for Jewish Day Schools.