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Voyages by The Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade Database
The Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade Database has information on almost 35,000 slaving voyages that forcibly embarked over 10 million Africans for transport to the ... full record
Real World Social Justice Curriculum Guide by Real World Professional Development
11th Grade Social Justice EXCERPT.pdf — PDF document, 331Kb This is a sample from Real World's Social Justice Curriculum Guide for High School. It is 116 pages and is available in Spanish. Social justice curriculum ... full record
IndyKids, September/October 2009 Issue by IndyKids
This issue includes a cover story on health care, individuals’ experiences with health care and the different reform options. Also, read about Honduras, ... full record
CIVIO, A Civil Rights Game by Reach And Teach
CIVIO is a strategy card game that explores the relationship of issues, freedoms, laws, and Supreme Court cases that have both strengthened and reduced civil ... full record
Seattle Civil Rights and Labor History Project by University of Washington
This multi-media web site brings the vital history of Seattle's civil rights movements to life with scores of video oral histories, hundreds of rare ... full record
Paul Robeson in Spain by Abraham Lincoln Brogade Archives
The Abraham Lincoln Brigade Archives (ALBA) announces the publication of Robeson in Spain, a special educational issue of its quarterly magazine The ... full record
IndyKids, November/December 2009 issue by IndyKids
PDFfinal.pdf — PDF document, 5800Kb #22.doc — Microsoft Word Document, 54Kb This issue includes personal accounts and photos from students in rural Alaska about how climate change has affected them. Also find articles about the ... full record
Labor Center Curricula by Center for Labor Research and Education
This is a collection of curricular materials about labor and labor organizing. It includes tools for organizers as well as lesson plans on youth workers, the ... full record
IndyKids, January 2010 issue by IndyKids
indykids_iss23.pdf — PDF document, 4314Kb TeachersGuide-23.doc — Microsoft Word Document, 56Kb In this issue you will find articles about children's rights, child labor on US farms, student protests, Obama's actions in Afghanistan, student arrests on ... full record
Something is Wrong: Exploring the Roots of Youth Violence
Through this 350-page curriculum guide we want to challenge youth to think about a) the roots of violence in their lives; b) the enforcers and victims of ... full record
The People Speak Study Guide by History Channel
This is a study guide for the documentary, The People Speak, which presents a view of American history in motion, telling the stories of ordinary people ... full record
The People v. Leo Frank Teacher’s Guide by Anti-Defamation League
The People v Leo Frank, a documentary written and directed by Ben Loeterman, brings to life one of the most fascinating criminal cases in American history: the ... full record Lesson Plans by launched school curriculum materials for World Water Day, March 22. Stand-alone lesson plans are part of larger units that cover a broad scope of ... full record
No Impact Project Environmental Curriculum by No Impact Project
When Colin Beavan (aka “No Impact Man”) and his family decided to try living for a year in New York City without doing any harm to the environment (the “No ... full record
Something is Wrong: Exploring the Roots of Youth Violence
Project NIA, the Chicago Freedom School and Teachers for Social Justice have partnered along with other volunteers to develop a curriculum guide in order to ... full record
Understanding Social Systems through the Olympics Bid by Teachers for Social Justice
Olympics Action Research Project.doc — Microsoft Word Document, 112Kb This lesson plan will present material on a student action-research project around the Olympics created for a high school History course. It's geared towards ... full record
Using Maps to Explore Place Awareness Through Abstract Design by Teachers for Social Justice
_1_Using_Maps_to_Explore_Place_Awareness_Thro.pdf — PDF document, 515Kb Even though students may live in a city, where the people they encounter each day come from all over, they might still be unfamiliar with any neighborhood ... full record
Visual & Cultural Backgrounds through the Art of Robert Grober by Teachers for Social Justice
K-Moncton_TSJ_Lesson.pdf — PDF document, 102Kb The contemporary artist Robert Gober gives a new, subversive meaning to wallpaper, juxtaposing the image of a black man being lynched next to the image of ... full record
The Whale's Stomach & Environmental Justice by Institute for Humane Education
Preview: The bag of items represents the stomach contents of a dying, 28-foot female sperm whale found on a beach in North Carolina in December, 1992. ... full record
Math & the Vanishing Rainforests by Institute for Humane Education
A discussion of the importance of Rainforests and how we can analyze their health. Writer: Pamela Krausz, Institute for Humane Education Grades: 6 through ... full record
More than a Label: Analyizing Attitudes & Practicing Tolerance by Institute for Humane Education
More Than a Label.pdf — PDF document, 93Kb This activity inspires students to think about their own areas of bigotry and to identify how we develop our attitudes about others, and it empowers them to ... full record
Analyzing Advertising by Institute for Humane Education
Analyzing Advertising.pdf — PDF document, 75Kb Lesson To illustrate the pervasiveness of advertising in your students’ lives, “test” their advertising knowledge by holding up a poster you’ve composed that ... full record
Using Visual Arts to Explore Local Community
visual arts and local community.doc — Microsoft Word Document, 1306Kb A visual arts lesson plan that allows students to explore their connection to their local community. For very young students to begin to foster a sense of ... full record
Examining Conflict Histories from Multiple Perspectives by Teachers for Social Justice
The content focuses on the conflict surrounding labor unions from the perspectives of: the government, management, pro-union laborers, and anti-union laborers. full record
What Young People Should Know Before Joining the Military by Teachers for Social Justice
Beforejoiningthemilitary.doc — Microsoft Word Document, 74Kb “What Young People Should Know Before Joining the Military” is a unit designed for a 10th grade US History class. The historical component revolves around ... full record
Teaching Anti-Hate Using the Holocaust as a Lens by Teachers for Social Justice
Holocaust Unit.docx — Zip archive, 145Kb What is hate? To begin our study about standing up against hate, the students and I brainstormed words and situations that we associated with the word HATE. We ... full record
Realistic Fiction: Characters Just Like Me
Unit Description: This unit will be based off the Teachers College Writing Unit for Realistic Fiction and Reading Unit for Character Study. Students will ... full record
The Recruiter Teacher's Guide by Propeller Films
Following the onset and intensification of wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, Propeller Films released the HBO documentary film, The Recruiter, which explores the ... full record
Love, Race, and Liberation: ‘Til the White Day is Done
Love, Race, and Liberation.pdf — PDF document, 232Kb The title of this guide gives a nod to one of the greatest poets of the Twentieth Century. ‘Til the White Day is Done is a line from the 1926 poem Dream ... full record
IndyKids March/April 2010
#24.doc — Microsoft Word Document, 41Kb indykids_iss24.pdf — PDF document, 5213Kb In the March/April 2010 issue you will stories about girls in sports, the situation of Haiti's kids and the country's history, an update on the war in ... full record