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Howard Zinn - Who Were the Colonists Unit
This unit is great for any teacher who is looking to create anti-racist/anti-capitalist lessons. These lessons use Howard Zinn's A Young People's History of the United States Chapter 3 - Who Were the Colonists and examines Bacon's Rebellion. I have added supplemental worksheets and lessons aimed at
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African Animal Poster Project
Simple grading rubric for African Animal research poster.
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Colin Powell KWL charts and Creative Writing
Children will gain a solid understanding of who Colin Powell is and his significance to our country and African American History.
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Acrostic Poems Seeds of America Trilogy
This is an easy already created Acrostic form for your reader to create their own Acrostic poems for the characters of Isabel and Curzon.
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Free Class on Black Wall Street for Black History Month!
In 1921, Tulsa, Oklahoma was considered the "Oil Capital of the World," and the Greenville District of Tulsa was the wealthiest Black community in America, earning it the nickname of "Black Wall Street." What happened to Black Wall Street? Take the class and find out. This free class features a powe
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Blended Family Handwriting Handout
Handout for children of African American families Remarried or Blended families.
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African Architecture Science Activity
Discover African architecture as you make mud with students and explore the work of the Malian Brickmakers in West Africa.
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African American Dance and the Slave Trade
Students can use the provided links to investigate questions which explore the topic of African American Dance during the slave trade and its continued influence on pop-culture. A great assignment to help illustrate African influence during the colonial period of US history, reveal the atrocities c
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Ancient Egypt (Kemet) Unit Study Sample
Ancient Egypt (known as Kemet to the people who lived there) was an exciting period of time. Not only did they have an interesting culture and leave behind many artifacts, but many of their customs and inventions had a great impact on the world.This is asample of the full unit study. It is just a ta
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