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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

Influence of Media on Perception of Black Women

Franchone Bey, English, West Charlotte High

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

The Rise of American-Born Muslims, In An Era of Islamophobia, Post-9/11!

Roshan Varghese, Social Studies, Butler 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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2019 Curriculum Units Vol 6: Africa: Beneath the Headlines

Developing Unity in the Colorful Classroom

Denatia Palmer, Language Arts, Cochrane Collegiate 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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Making a Menace to Society: The Criminalization of Black Men and Boys

Yasmin Forbes, African American Studies, Mallard Creek High

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2019 Curriculum Units Vol 1: Frankly Speaking: White Privilege

Stranger Things? The World We Know but Ignore: White Privilege and “Being Normal”

Latonda Mitchell, 5th Grade, Mountain Island Lake Academy

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2019 Curriculum Units Vol 1: Frankly Speaking: White Privilege

The Search for Identity: Understanding Privilege and Black Invisibility

Kimberly Palmer, English, Merancas Middle College

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2019 Curriculum Units Vol 1: Frankly Speaking: White Privilege

The Use of Critical Literacy in the Spanish Immersion First Grade Classroom To Explore Equity, Fairness and Social Justice

Adriana Hart, 1st Grade, Collinswood Language Academy

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

I Prefer Living in Color – Opening Windows to the Beauty of Varied Identities

Lecia Shockley, 1st Grade, Selwyn Elementary

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2019 Curriculum Units Vol 6: Africa: Beneath the Headlines

Africa in the Media: Past, Present, and Future

Veronica Hall, History, Cochrane Collegiate Academy

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2019 Curriculum Units Vol 6: Africa: Beneath the Headlines

Exploration of African Culture Through Film: Exploring How Different African Cultures Are Reflected in Film

Franchone Bey, English, West Charlotte High

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2018 Curriculum Units Vol 5: Exploring American Sacred Values

Intersection of African-Americans, Civil Religion and Media Influence: Defining American Values, How American Social Values are Constructed, Creating Social Values

Franchone Bey, English, West Charlotte High School

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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 2: Media and Minorities: Unpacking Stereotypes

What I Do Not See on T.V: Creating New Norms for Minority Life that Defy Media Stereotypes

Torie Wheatley, English, North Mecklenburg HS

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