Introductory Webinar

Confronting Genocide: Never Again

8:00 pm — 9:00 pm

This webinar for Washington high school teachers will focus on the Choices Program  curriculum unit, Confronting Genocide: Never Again? The unit explores the evolution of the international community’s response to genocide and examines how the U.S. has responded to six cases of genocide. These materials will help with the transition to online schooling.

I did not have any background knowledge of the Choices Program so I appreciated having an introduction to that. Time was split well between that and explaining the content of the unit along with modifications for different settings. – Recent Webinar Participant

Center for Global Studies, East Asia Center, South Asia Center, and Southeast Asia Center at the Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies at the University of Washington
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Collage of a family in a cemetery, mugshots of genocide victims, male holocaust victims walking in a line, and a woman from darfur covering her face.

Webinar participants will receive a free two-year digital edition license of Confronting Genocide: Never Again? To be eligible for this opportunity, teachers must submit a short implementation plan after participating in the webinar (only one free unit per teacher will be awarded). Units are also available for purchase directly from the Choices Program.



This webinar is limited to Washington high school teachers. Registration is free and available on a first come first served basis.

If you have questions, please contact Shannon Bush at

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Mimi Stephens

Choices Director of Sales and Professional Development
Mimi is the Director of Sales and Professional Development for the Choices Program. Prior to joining the Choices Program in 2011, Mimi worked at Clark University where she served as the Director of the Teacher Center for Global Studies supporting K12 social studies teachers throughout Massachusetts for more than 20 years. Mimi holds a Masters in International Development and Social Change from Clark University.
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