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2017 Curriculum Units Vol 7: The Rise (and Fall) of Democracies around the World

Is Democracy Still Alive in the United States?

Brad Baker , U.S. History, W.A. Hough HS

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2017 Curriculum Units Vol 7: The Rise (and Fall) of Democracies around the World

The Deception of the American Democracy

Raymond Beamon, World History, West Mecklenburg HS

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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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2016 Curriculum Units Vol 7: Tracing the Legacy of Hispanic Cultures - 1492 to Today

Exploitation in Cuba during the Ages of Exploration and Colonization

Lisa Modrow, Social Studies, Bailey Middle School

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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

Fabric of the New South City: Cotton, Textiles and the Threads that Bind Us

Barbara Wesselman, Apparel and Design, Northwest School of the Arts

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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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