What is Justice? What is the Injustice Here? Handouts

What is Justice? What is the Injustice Here? Handouts
Handouts to accompany What is Justice? What is the Injustice Here? lesson.

Grade Levels: 6 - 12

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"Beyond Blame: Reacting to the Terrorist Attacks" was developed by Education Development Center, Inc., a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving health and education around the world. The curriculum is co-sponsored by The Justice Project and the Vietnam Veterans of America Foundation (VVAF).

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