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    Civil and Human Rights Discussion Guide

    Enhance understanding with a teaching guide that offers suggestions for talking…
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    Reading Comprehension
    Culture and Diversity
    Teaching about Racism, Prejudice & Discrimination in America
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    A Wreath for Emmett Till Teacher's Guide

    Preparation assignments, group discussion questions about lynching and civil…
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    Literature
    Poetry
    Nonfiction Literature
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    The Souls of Black Folk Teacher's Guide

    Study the African American experience with The Souls of Black Folk, a series of…
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    African-American History
    Civil Rights
    Reading
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    The Famous Five

    Learn about "The Famous Five," women who made strides for women's rights and…
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    Canadian History
    Women's Rights
    Creative Writing
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    Why We Can't Wait Teacher's Guide

    Begin a chapter-by-chapter study of Why We Can't Wait by Martin Luther King, Jr.…
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    Civil Rights
    1960s
    African-American History
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    Up Close: W.E.B. Dubois Discussion Guide

    Study the life and work of civil rights leader W.E.B. Dubois with your students.…
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    Civil Rights
    African-American History
    African Americans
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  • REFERENCE

    Henry David Thoreau's Civil Disobedience

    The full text of Thoreau's "Civil Disobedience" on the involvement of the…
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    Banned Books and Censorship
    Literature
    Reading and Literature
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    James Meredith

    Learn about Civil Rights leader James Meredith, who in 1961 was denied admission…
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    African-American History
    American History/U.S. History
    Social Studies and History
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    Ralph Johnson Bunche

    A brief article about Ralph Johnson Bunche, the first African American to win a…
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    African-American History
    American History/U.S. History
    Social Studies and History
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    Ellen Johnson Sirleaf Biography

    Ellen Johnson Sirleaf became the president of Liberia in January, 2006. The…
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    Political Figures
    Liberia
    Award and Prize Winners
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