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Alicia Garza & the Intersectionality of Black Lives Matter: Close Reading
Overview:Read Alicia Garza's (co-founder of Black Live's Matter) account about how intersectionality has played out in the Black Lives Matter movement. Lesson from Intersectionality Unit - Close Reading #10.Who is This Curriculum Set Designed For?This Lesson is designed for high school and junior co
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Social Justice Activities on Identity, Privilege, and Intersectionality
These printable resources are to be used as handouts, exercises, and worksheet for facilitating discussions on identity, privilege, and intersectionality. These materials were used by grades 5 - 8 in a social justice education class. Identities and privilege are excellent starting blocks for discuss
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Carrie Buck & The Intersectionality of "White Trash": Close Reading
Overview:Ever wonder why the term “White Trash” is racialized? Check out this Print & Go lesson plan where students learn about the intersection of race and class through an analysis of Carrie Buck’s story. Lesson #6 from Unit on Intersectionality.Who is This Curriculum Set Designed For?This Les
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Multipurpose Intersectionality Worksheet
Help your students craft compelling, intersectional characters!Or use this to get to know each other during the first week of school, and begin crafting a vulnerable, open space for deep conversations all year round.Kimberlé Crenshaw coined the word “intersectionality” in 1989 as a legal term regard
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How It Feels to be Colored Me by Zora Neale Hurston: Practice with Rhetoric
Zora Neal Hurston’s classic essay, “How It Feels to be Colored Me” is featured in this lesson. It goes well with a novel study of Their Eyes Were Watching God or by itself. There are many links to video, audio, and print resources for studying the concept of self-identity, community, gender, and r
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Crash Course Sociology E#8 Harriet Martineau &  Gender Conflict Questions & Key
Host- Nicole Sweeney Today we’re exploring another branch of conflict theory: gender conflict theory, with a look at sociology’s forgotten founder, Harriet Martineau. We’ll also discuss the three waves of feminism, as well as intersectionality. (Crash Course Synopsis 9:01) Fill in the blank que

Also included in: Crash Course Sociology Complete Bundle Episodes # 1-44 Questions & Key

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Social Justice ABCs
Interested in a social justice word wall? This resource includes key student friendly terms for discussing social justice with your classroom. Teachers can pick and choose the terms to use with their students and there are three style options. New terms will be added on a rolling basis. Current Term
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Ideology and Interpellation Unit
This unit has lessons on ideology, race, gender, microagressions, interpellation, and intersectionality. Various resources, handouts, videos, and reflection pages are included within his unit plan.As the creator of this unit, I based a lot of these lessons off of elements of discussion in a graduate
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Critical Race Theory (CRT)
This 38 slide PowerPoint presentation will help you introduce the foundational principles of Critical Race Theory to your high school or post-secondary students. The content: •Establishes CBT's six basic theoretical tenets•Explores different schools of thought by contextualizing it politically/philo
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Sides of Identity - Classroom Connection Activity
Students will explore their own identities; what identities others can see, what can they not see, what is unique to them, and then they will discuss the importance of their identity intersectionality through a collective art activity. This activity can be helpful for developing a more inclusive and
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