How Can You Prevent Injustice?

The third lesson in Beyond Blame: Reacting to the Terrorist Attacks helps students to examine the possible repercussions of the terrorist attacks on the U.S. and what they can do to act nonviolently. You will need additional handouts for this lesson.
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