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

African American Poetry and the Idea of Citizenship: Citizenship, Rights, and the Constitution

Pia N. Townes, Social Studies, Wilson STEM Academy

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

My Country, My Voice: Teaching the Progression of the Concept of Citizenship from the Eras of Slavery, Reconstruction, Jim Crow and the Civil Rights Movement

April Louzini, 4th Grade, E.E. Waddell Language Academy

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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 4: Children in War and Conflict

The Civil Rights Movement: Young Participants, Martyrs and Volunteers

Pia Townes, Social Studies, Wilson STEM Academy

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2019 Curriculum Units Vol 4: Children in War and Conflict

“Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere”

Cassandra Alexander, Social Studies, James Martin Middle

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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

Untaught Major Turning Points in Southern African American History

Angela Gile, Social Studies, Bailey Middle School

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2012 Curriculum Units Vol 2: Reading African American Lives

The Rebirth of African Americans

Nicki Kincaid, US History, English Language Arts, Bailey Middle School

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