Students will explore the history of Blacks in America with an emphasis on why some organizations urge African Americans to journey back to their roots.
- How has slavery influenced racial issues today?
- How are the philosophies of MLK and Malcolm X similar and different?
- What laws are instituted to diminish injustice in America?
- What are some examples of injustice against Blacks?
- Why would some people believe that Blacks should embrace their roots and in some cases, even migrate to Africa?
Other Instructional Materials or Notes:
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Smartboard or playback device, computer
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Lesson Created By: Shaquetta Moultrie