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An Online Introduction to Creating and Using Historic Decisions Issue Guides

On June 14, 2022, the National Issues Forums Institute (NIFI) hosted an online introduction to creating and using historic decisions issue guides. The online exchange featured insights and experiences of educators across the country who have participated in cooperative research projects with the Kettering Foundation over the past seven years.

The workshop panel was facilitated by Mark Wilson, Director, The Caroline Marshall Draughon Center for the Arts & Humanities, Auburn University, and Cristin Brawner, Kettering Foundation associate.

The program, titled Creating and Using Historic Decisions Issue Guides  was recorded and is available to watch.

You can learn more about the Historic Decisions Issue Guides series by reading an article by Joni Doherty, titled Historic Decisions: Looking Deliberatively at the Past.

Panelists included:

  • Gabrielle Lamplugh, Communications Director, Mikva Challenge, and former Director of Education for the David Mathews Center for Civic Life
  • Magdalena Mieri, Director, Special Initiatives, and Director, Program in Latino History and Culture, Smithsonian National Museum of American History
  • Nicole Moore, Director of Education, National Center for Civil and Human Rights
  • Clare Shubert, Capstone Director, Junior Achievement of the Michigan Great Lakes, and former Director of Engagement and Programming, Gerald R. Ford Presidential Foundation
  • Sarah S. Wilson, Director of Education, Autry Museum of the American West

Resources shared with webinar participants: