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Student Activities: Why Do People Migrate?

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Student Activities: Why Do People Migrate?

These student-facing slides lead students through activities that prompt them to reflect on stories of migration and learn about migration from El Salvador to the United States.

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Student Activities: The History of Slave Patrols, Black Codes, and Vagrancy Laws

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