Too often the majority rules, and the minorities suffer. Scholars investigate how the Fourteenth Amendment deals with the issue of discrimination. A short video, the 31st of a 50-part series, helps individuals analyze the concept of active discrimination due to race, ethnicity, handicap, or gender. The video creates open discussion on the role discrimination plays in United States government and politics.
- Ensure students have online access if assigning the video as homework
- Lesson includes a thought bubble that animates the key concepts for visual learners
- Resource provides primary documents (Chinese Exclusion Act) for further investigation