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Finding Your Voice in the United States
The fate of DACA has intensified an ongoing debate in the United States around the question “What does it mean to be American?”. This lesson from our new unit “My Part of the Story” helps students understand how their voices and stories contribute to the identity of the nation.

 

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Teaching After Charlottesville
Use these resources to help your students respond to and make sense of the political and social tensions that intensified after this summers' episodes of hatred, bigotry, and violence in Charlottesville, Virginia.

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