Marginalized Groups During World War 1; African Americans and Socialists

Marginalized Groups During World War 1; African Americans and Socialists
Marginalized Groups During World War 1; African Americans and Socialists
Marginalized Groups During World War 1; African Americans and Socialists
Marginalized Groups During World War 1; African Americans and Socialists
Marginalized Groups During World War 1; African Americans and Socialists
Marginalized Groups During World War 1; African Americans and Socialists
Marginalized Groups During World War 1; African Americans and Socialists
Marginalized Groups During World War 1; African Americans and Socialists
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This assignment contains 4 separate primary sources covering the marginalized groups of people during World War 1.

The sources includes;

(1.) Document 1: Socialist Leader Eugene Debs Speech, June 1918

(2.) “Assert Your Rights,” by Charles Schenck, 1917-1918.

(3.) “The American Negro in the World war,” Alice Dunbar-Nelson 1919

(4.) Officers of the Famous Colored Regiment Which Arrived Home on the “France,” February 2nd, 1919

Each document has 1-4 questions each to help students analyze the sources and understand the time period. (15 questions in total)

A final thesis generating question concludes the activity; Based on the documents provided, write a thesis statement regarding the treatment of marginalized people(s) during World War 1.

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