Tag Archives: Civil Rights

2019 Curriculum Units Vol 8: Time Travel: Using Music to Explore Past, Present, and Future Messages

Jazz, Rock, and Hip-Hop: The Intertwining of Modern American History and Popular Culture

Zach Sanford, Exceptional Children, W.A. Hough High

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2019 Curriculum Units Vol 8: Time Travel: Using Music to Explore Past, Present, and Future Messages

“I, Too, Sing America:” analyzing sex, race, and STEM in 20th Century America.”

Shealynn Womble, Language Arts, Governor’s Village STEM Academy

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2019 Curriculum Units Vol 3: Childhood and the City Space in Literature

Celebrating and Exploring Diversity and Community through Multicultural Literature with integrated Arts: Our “Maybe Something Beautiful”

Julie Soto-Pendleton, 2nd Grade, University Park Creative Arts

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2018 Curriculum Units Vol 5: Exploring American Sacred Values

The Civil Rights Movement as a Social and Economic Movement

Veronica Hall, Civics and Economics, Cochrane Collegiate Academy

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2017 Curriculum Units Vol 4: Memorials, Memories, and American Identity

Lynching: America’s Missing Narrative

Yasmin Forbes, African American Studies, West Mecklenburg HS

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2017 Curriculum Units Vol 4: Memorials, Memories, and American Identity

History Repeating Itself: Looking at Slavery and the Civil Rights Movement in North Carolina and What It Means Today

Nicole Boyd, Fifth Grade, Dilworth ES

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2013 Curriculum Units Vol 1: Charlotte as a New South City: Using the Collections of the Levine Museum of the New South

We Are Charlotteans: Extending Local Charlotte Experiences to Grade 2 Students

Barbara Broom-Devine, Second Grade, Whitewater Academy

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2013 Curriculum Units Vol 1: Charlotte as a New South City: Using the Collections of the Levine Museum of the New South

From Red Shirts to Research: The Question of Progressivism in North Carolina, 1898 to 1959

Calen Clifton, Eighth, Martin Luther King Middle School

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2012 Curriculum Units Vol 7: African American Literature of the Civil Rights Movement

African American Legacy: From Suffering to Suffrages to Civil Rights

Troy M. Gray, Language Arts, Davidson Elementary School

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2012 Curriculum Units Vol 7: African American Literature of the Civil Rights Movement

From Then to Now: How African American Literature Shaped Civil Rights

Megan Woazeah, Language Arts, Francis Bradley Middle School

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