Dr. Amra Sabic-El-Rayess’ article in The Sydney Morning Herald: Cycles of hate that continue after the Bosnian Genocide on this day of remembering Srebrenica
On July 11 – 28 years ago, Bosnian Serb forces methodically targeted and murdered thousands of Bosniak boys and men in and around Srebrenica. The pursuit of justice for Srebrenica’s
Dr. Amra Sabic-El-Rayess’ opinion article in Newsweek: Why Are We Seeing a Repetition of Humanity’s Darkest Hours?
Glacial and inadequate justice, the proliferation of genocide denial, and a severe failing in neutralizing divisive narratives that target minorities are just some of the reasons for this global escalation in
Educators and Educational Staff have a vital role to play in preventing hate, violence, and disconnection in our students. By visiting schools across the U.S, we have seen that a
To Help Teachers and Students Prevent Violent Extremism, Department of Homeland Security Awards Grant for Innovation to TC’s Amra Sabic-El-Rayess
The nearly $750,000 grant will expand existing training of teachers to students in ways that can help prevent alienation and future unrest. Dr. Amra Sabic-El-Rayess’s groundbreaking research received another giant
Amra talks about how educators can build resilience to hate in a divided America in this EdWeek opinion piece. “Whatever makes a child seem like an outsider, whether it is
Read about Amra’s thoughts in Huffpost on what parents and educators should be looking for in teens when suspecting possible radicalization and seeing a change in individual behavior.
In this article, Dr. Amra Sabic-El-Rayess, talks about her insights into the Buffalo mass shooting and the road to radicalization which begins with “educational displacement,” a moment or transition where
In this podcast, Dr. Amra Sabic El-Rayess explains what it was like growing up in Bosnia & Herzegovina during the Bosnian Genocide. She talks about the courses she offers at
NEA’s President, Becky Pringle, wrote a column in the NEA Today magazine January issue highlighting her experience of reading Dr. Sabic-El-Rayess’ memoir. She writes: I first heard Professor Amra Sabic-El-Rayess speak at last
The Reimagine Resilience Team will be presenting an experiential session at the International Transformative Learning Conference (ITLC) 2022. The paper that will accompany this work, entitled “Transformative Pedagogy and Radicalization:
Homeland Security Grant for TC’s Amra Sabic-El-Rayess Focuses on Deescalating Extremism Through Education
Visit the Teachers College, Columbia University website for more details.