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2020 Curriculum Units Vol 8: Black Girl Magic (Mis)Understood: Representations and Perceptions of Black Women and Girls in the Education System

Identity: “Connecting with the Women in my Family”

Elsy Reyes, Language Arts, Albemarle Road Middle

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2020 Curriculum Units Vol 8: Black Girl Magic (Mis)Understood: Representations and Perceptions of Black Women and Girls in the Education System

The Angry Black Girl: Misinformed and Misled

Antiona Green, 3rd Grade, Oakhurst STEAM Academy

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2020 Curriculum Units Vol 3: Narratives of Muslim Life in America

Head Coverings: Analyzing Adaption of Identity via History, Representation, and Stereotypes

Sharonda Walker, English, Garinger High

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2020 Curriculum Units Vol 3: Narratives of Muslim Life in America

“But I’m Not…” Combating Stereotypes in the ESL Classroom

Rebecca Lintz, English, East Mecklenburg High

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2020 Curriculum Units Vol 3: Narratives of Muslim Life in America

Muslims in America: A journey in time from slavery to today’s community pillars

Radwa Ahmed, 4th Grade, Waddell Language Academy

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2020 Curriculum Units Vol 3: Narratives of Muslim Life in America

Challenging Perception: Understanding the Religious Complexities and Religious Identity of Islam

Keshia Horn, Social Studies, Butler High

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2020 Curriculum Units Vol 3: Narratives of Muslim Life in America

Our Stories Matter-Why We Write

Jashonai Payne, 4th Grade, Clear Creek Elementary

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2020 Curriculum Units Vol 3: Narratives of Muslim Life in America

The Narrative of You: Discovering Identities of Young Children by Appreciating Differences in Race, Religion, and Culture

Caroline Demmitt, Kindergarten, Selwyn Elementary

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2020 Curriculum Units Vol 1: African American Poetry and the Idea of Citizenship

This is Me

Rhonda Doe, Kindergarten, Barringer Academic Center

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2019 Curriculum Units Vol 1: Frankly Speaking: White Privilege

Reducing Racial Bias and Prejudice in Young Children

Emily Hill, Kindergarten, Shamrock Gardens Elementary

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

Art and Identity: Communities, Neighborhoods and Self

Natalie Jones, Visual Art, West Charlotte High

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

Our Communities and Its Impact on Our Learning

Juanita Razor, Language Arts, Wilson Middle

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2019 Curriculum Units Vol 6: Africa: Beneath the Headlines

“In Search of Our Mothers’ Gardens”: Interrogating and Expanding Black Feminist Identities Through Africana Studies

Kenan Kerr, Language Arts, Whitewater Middle     

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2019 Curriculum Units Vol 6: Africa: Beneath the Headlines

Examining National Identity and Relationships through Half of a Yellow Sun by Chimamanda Adichie

Katie Willett, History, Independence High

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2018 Curriculum Units Vol 7: Insights into Latino Communities

The Museum of Underrepresented Scientist and/or Inventors

Tenequa Jones, Science, Marie G. Davis IB Candidate School

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