A Thanksgiving Reflection: Belonging: Who is Missing from Our Table?
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Students explore the concept of inclusion. In this diversity skills lesson, students read accounts from teens regarding exclusion and discuss their own experiences. Students discuss ways that the United States excludes and includes strangers.
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