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Speaking Up, Speaking Out

Students define "civil rights" and identify several political, economic, and personal rights which citizens of the United States are due. They discuss the uses of civil rights buttons and identify examples. Students become aware of civil rights organizations and their efforts in .

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Grade
3rd - 12th
Subjects
Social Studies & History
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Instructional Strategy
Discussion
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