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The Emmett Till Story

Emmett Till was a 14-year-old African-American boy from Chicago, Illinois who went to visit his family in Mississippi in 1955 before the start of a

Women Who Shaped The Supreme Court

Using a video featuring Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, students compare legal and historical interpretations of seven women in Supreme Court history. Women’s Studies, Women’s Suffrage,

Free Expression & Censorship: Banned Books

Students will learn about the First Amendment’s guarantee of freedom of expression and about censorship by looking at the examples of banned children’s books. Then

Ben Franklin: The Original American

America’s Founding Fathers. One of the most eclectic groups of individuals ever brought together in a common cause. So, what happens when you combine a

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