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Closer Readings Post

This resource presents a variety of artworks, from the 17th century to the present, that highlight the presence and experiences of Black communities across the Atlantic world (the relationships…

Closer Readings Post

This resource presents a variety of artworks, from the 17th century to the present, that highlight the presence and experiences of Black communities across the Atlantic world (the relationships…

Media Resource

Walden, Henry David Thoreau’s classic meditation on self-reliance and nature, continues to offer students a valuable perspective nearly two centuries after its first publication in 1854.…

Media Resource

A video interview series conducted with Sam Mihara, a Japanese American incarcerated at Heart Mountain, Wyoming during WWII, that includes primary sources and other materials.

Media Resource

More than ten-thousand Japanese Americans were incarcerated at Heart Mountain in Wyoming, from 1942-1945. This resource asks students to examine the question "why here?" through the use of videos…

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Students will learn how the Preamble to the U.S. Constitution was shaped by historical events and how it reflected the fundamental values and principles of a newly independent nation.