WWII: Minorities on the Homefront

WWII: Minorities on the Homefront
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Students read about A. Phillip Randolph's fight for economic equality for African Americans, analyze famous "We Can Do It" style posters encouraging women to get involved in the war effort, and finally examine photographs and read about the internment of Japanese Americans during WWII. Worksheet asks content questions but also several questions designed to make student draw modern comparisons and think critically about American culture today. Great for discussions afterwards.
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6 pages
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50 minutes
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