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African Americans respond to American Imperialism

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African Americans respond to American Imperialism

Students will analyze three documents from leaders amongst the African American community and their response to American Imperialism abroad. 

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African Americans respond to Vietnam

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African Americans respond to Vietnam

Students will analyze two primary source documents. 

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Booker T. Washington and W.E.B. Du Bois

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Booker T. Washington and W.E.B. Du Bois

Students will analyze a secondary source (poem) and three primary sources (Souls of Black Folks, Talented Tenth, and the Atlanta Compromise).  This will help them understand the responses of Booker T. Washington and W.E.B. Du Bois to the Jim Crow era and Gilded Age.  

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Close Read 7: Executive Order 9981

U.S. History
Unit 8: World War II
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Close Read 7: Executive Order 9981

Students will analyze various primary sources to better understand the impact of WWII on the African American civil rights movement.  

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Great Migration

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Great Migration

Students will analyze a poem, a map, and two primary source documents to understand the causes and effects of the Great Migration.  

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Green Book - Jigsaw Lesson
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Green Book - Jigsaw Lesson

The Negro Motorist Green Books were published between 1936 - 1964 by Victor Hugo Green. It was an annual guidebook for African American travelers, and commonly referred to as the Green Book. The purpose behind its publication was to assist African American travelers in finding businesses that welcomed them in the harsh realities of a segregated America during the Jim Crow Era. 

Green Book - New York Public Library
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Green Book - New York Public Library

The Negro Motorist Green Books were published between 1936 - 1964 by Victor Hugo Green. It was an annual guidebook for African American travelers, and commonly referred to as the Green Book. The purpose behind its publication was to assist African American travelers in finding businesses that welcomed them in the harsh realities of a segregated America during the Jim Crow Era.