Lessons for Civilizations

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  • Political Parties and Conventions - … tax increase. Shrink the FHA, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. Civil Rights Constitutionally define marriage as one man & one woman. Corporations … Give workers control over their retirement investments. Technology Infrastructure via civil engineering, not social engineering. Invest in cutting-edge cybersecurity technologies … conventions, while Chicago became the most popular host after the Civil War. Today, presidential primaries have made the conventions unnecessary for …
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  • Remembering Martin Luther King, Jr. - … time? In what ways has our society improved since the Civil Rights era? In what ways do we still need improvement … Everyday Students should have a common vocabulary regarding race, culture, civil rights, etc. Students should have a basic knowledge of Martin Luther King Jr. and the Civil Rights movement Procedure 1. Arrange your classroom in a circle … . Growing up in Montgomery, Ala., I was raised upon hallowed civil rights ground. The exact spot where Rosa Parks refused to …
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  • Seeking Historical Detectives to Discover: Who Was John Brown? - … of Rights, development of political parties, nullification, slavery, states rights, Civil War) AH1.H.4.3 - Analyze the social and religious … or ineffective? What impact did John Brown have on the Civil War and on history in general? NC Civic Education Consortium … (and still believe) that John Brown s actions ignited the Civil War. Do you agree or disagree? Why? Historian Michael Eric … to use their trials to advance their causes. Before the Civil War, John Brown, a tireless crusader against slavery, fought his …
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  • Symbols and Words of Hate - … safe classroom with clear expectations of respect, open mindedness, and civil conversation. Students should be prepared in advance that offensive words … supremacy. The KKK, first formed by Confederate veterans of the Civil War in 1866, has often used terrorism, violence, and intimidation … a derogatory reference to blacks enslaved during slavery and the Civil War. It continued to be used to humiliate and disempower …
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  • The Wilmington Race Riot of 1898 - … Reconstruction (e.g., separate but equal , Social Darwinism, social gospel, civil service system, suffrage, Harlem Renaissance, the Warren Court, Great Society … of government since Reconstruction (e.g., New Deal, Great Society, Civil Rights, etc.). Essential Questions Why was Wilmington, NC considered a … safe classroom with clear expectations of respect, open mindedness, and civil conversation. See the Consortium s Activities section of the Database …
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  • Twenty-Sixth Amendment & the Power of Youth - … conditions and labor unrest, New Deal, Wilmington Race Riots, Eugenics, Civil Rights Movement, Anti War protests, Watergate, etc.). AH2.H.4 … , strategies, opposition, and results (e.g., Prohibition, Social Darwinism, Eugenics, civil rights, anti war protest, etc.). AH2.H.4.4 Analyze … inclusive? (Discuss other predominantly youth led efforts, such as the civil rights movement, Freedom Riders, etc.) While young people had to …
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  • Twenty-Sixth Amendment & the Power of Youth - … conditions and labor unrest, New Deal, Wilmington Race Riots, Eugenics, Civil Rights Movement, Anti War protests, Watergate, etc.). AH2.H.4 … , strategies, opposition, and results (e.g., Prohibition, Social Darwinism, Eugenics, civil rights, anti war protest, etc.). AH2.H.4.4 Analyze … inclusive? (Discuss other predominantly youth led efforts, such as the civil rights movement, Freedom Riders, etc.) While young people had to …
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  • Who was Abraham Lincoln? - … minutes Student Preparation Students should have an understanding of the Civil War and basic knowledge of Abraham Lincoln. Teacher Preparation Post … presidential pen is altogether inaccurate. James Randall & David Donald, The Civil War and Reconstruction Follow the same process as outlined above … purpose? (*Discuss with students that two years into fighting the Civil War, Abraham Lincoln issued the Emancipation Proclamation (to emancipate means …
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  • Who Was Abraham Lincoln? - … minutes Student Preparation Students should have an understanding of the Civil War and basic knowledge of Abraham Lincoln. NC Civic Education … presidential pen is altogether inaccurate. James Randall & David Donald, The Civil War and Reconstruction Follow the same process as outlined above … purpose? (*Discuss with students that two years into fighting the Civil War, Abraham Lincoln issued the Emancipation Proclamation (to emancipate means …
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  • Wilmington Race Riots - … Reconstruction (e.g., separate but equal , Social Darwinism, social gospel, civil service system, suffrage, Harlem Renaissance, the Warren Court, Great Society … of government since Reconstruction (e.g., New Deal, Great Society, Civil Rights, etc.). Essential Questions Why was Wilmington, NC considered a … safe classroom with clear expectations of respect, open mindedness, and civil conversation. See the Consortium s Activities section of the Database …
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