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Debate the Issue: Affirmative Action in America Worksheet/ minilesson

Debate the Issue: Affirmative Action in America Worksheet/ minilesson
Debate the Issue: Affirmative Action in America Worksheet/ minilesson
Debate the Issue: Affirmative Action in America Worksheet/ minilesson
Debate the Issue: Affirmative Action in America Worksheet/ minilesson
Debate the Issue: Affirmative Action in America Worksheet/ minilesson
Debate the Issue: Affirmative Action in America Worksheet/ minilesson
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Debate the Issue: Affirmative Action



Background of the Issue:

The U.S. Constitution guarantees equal rights for all Americans. In 1789, though, African Americans, women, and Native Americans did not have the same rights given white males. Over the years, however, rights have been extended to these groups. A major question remains, though: How far should the government go to expand rights? Use the timeline below to explore this enduring issue.





















The Debate Issue:
Affirmative Action


Background:
Some urge companies, colleges, and the government to use affirmative action programs to expand opportunities for women and minorities. Others argue that such steps are unfair.
Task:
Read both sides of the debate below, and answer the questions after reading.


























Questions:
1. Compare- Choose a statement about affirmative action you disagree with. Explain why you disagree

2. Analyze- Do you think either Johnson or Chaves believed that affirmative action is a basic right? Why or why not?
3. Debate- Learn more about affirmative action and the debate. Create a persuasive essay paragraph
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