February is Black History Month! Hold an engaging student-led fishbowl Socratic seminar on, “The Sorrow Songs,” from The Souls of Black Folk. Students examine the text in which W.E.B Du Bois celebrates the beauty and depth of slave songs and warns against erasing the past, even dark pieces of the past. Du Bois addresses injustice as he celebrates the role of African Americans in the formation of The United States of America. This resource includes everything you need for a thought-provoking discussion including text, discussion questions, instructions, lesson plan flow, and evaluation forms.
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