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Learn about the prejudice, stereotypes, and victimization Chinese and Chinese Americans faced in the US in the 1920s.
Read aloud this letter with your class before you embark on the unit Teaching Holocaust and Human Behavior (Spanish available).
Read Student Anthony Wright's description of his difficulties categorizing his identity, and consider why reducing individuals to strict groups can be misleading.
Learn about the innovative programs that Bogotá mayor Antanas Mocus instituted to make improvements to the city, and reflect on the ways that change can be made in a society.
Reflect on the challenges posed by making moral judgments about the actions of people in the past.
Learn about the development of the Michif language and how it exemplifies a fusion of Métis and French cultures.
What does your name say about you? Use this essay by Chinese American teenager Jennifer Wang to explore the relationship between name and identity.
Armenian American writer Diana Der Hovanessian reflects on how her family history influences her identity in her poem "Two Voices."
Read President Barack Obama’s commencement address at Howard University from 2016 about his vision of civic participation and the duties of citizenship.
Learn about how the residents of Billings, Montana, responded to a wave of racist and antisemitic violence in their town.
A St. Louis Post-Dispatch article summarizes what was known in the first 24 hours after Michael Brown was killed in Ferguson, Mo.
Share with students political theorist Danielle Allen's ten questions to ask before choosing to take action online.