Let Your Voice Be Heard: The Power of Protest Freebie

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This resource includes a cross-curricular social studies and ELA lesson that can be used together or as stand-alone lessons. The social studies lesson explores the history of the idea of protests, and the ELA lesson examines types of protests and reasons people use protest as a means of change.

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