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Learning for Justice: The Color of Law
Collector: Ann V.
Reviewed by Lesson Planet
Three powerful, pertinent, and thought-provoking lessons make up the “The Color of Law: The Role of Government in Shaping Racial Inequity” unit. High schoolers examine primary sources, watch videos, and read testimonies that document how government practices and policies created and supported segregation, economic discrimination, and inequality. Scholars also consider how these policies impact people today.
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racism, social justice, social injustice, segregation, housing, injustice, justice, the great depression, civil rights, the civil rights movement, black history month, primary source analysis, primary source images, primary sources, social activism, discrimination, economic policies, applying for jobs, labor laws, labor unions, the labor force, the free market, the new deal, sharecropping, slavery, map skills
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