Slavery in America provides your sociology or U.S. history students with an overview of the evolution of race-based slavery in the U.S. It traces slavery from its historical roots through modern day (with a look at colonial slave laws and Phillis Wheatley). This can be a gallery walk, a small group activity, or posted to a secure site, like Google Classroom.
☑ Six pages tracing the evolution of race-based slavery in the U.S.
☑ Four accompanying student note pages, the final one of which asks students to reflect on modern slavery (editable)
This is also included in these resources:
➪ Sociology Complete Curriculum Mega Bundle
➪ Sociology and Social Inequalities Interactive Notebook Bundle
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