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  • City Neighbors Charter School

    Maryland
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    The City Neighbors Charter School unit centralizes the theme of legacy through an interdisciplinary study in Humanities subjects and the arts across 3rd to 8th grade. The unit allows students to investigate local significant sites, field expert studies, and conduct primary and secondary source document analysis of slavery and its lasting legacies.

    ENT 2021
  • Baltimore City College High School

    Maryland

    The Baltimore City College team aimed to equip Social Studies and English students with the tools to be free thinkers, knowledge seekers, and active participants in society. Their interdisciplinary unit focuses on themes of discrimination, systemic oppression, generational wealth, and oral history.

    ENT 2021
  • Social Studies Department at Reid Middle School

    Massachusetts
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    The 8th Grade Civics Department at Reid Middle school supported discussions around the legacy of slavery and segregation in American social and political life. Their unit aligns with MA Common Core Standards, and focuses on analyzing and interpreting essays of The 1619 Project.

    ENT 2021
  • BDEA 2.0 Boston

    Massachusetts
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    The team at BDEA explored the Essential Question: Will reparations be enough to repair the damage of slavery and “white gold”? Their interdisciplinary unit allows students to study the unit questions and themes from a historical, mathematical and scientific lens simultaneously.

    ENT 2021
  • Social Studies Department at Abramson Sci Academy

    Louisiana

    The Abramson Academy team’s project enables students to make explicit connections between past injustices, local history, and avenues for collective action. The team used Pulitzer Center materials, local archives, and The 1619 Project, to help students investigate the lasting impact of American slavery to trace longstanding roots of current patterns of inequality.

    ENT 2021
  • Great Crossing High School

    Kentucky
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    These projects will surface marginalized voices in World and U.S. history. It is estimated that this work will reach 450 students who pass through the classes of three teacher leaders. 

    ENT 2021
  • Educators in Piper School District

    Kansas
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    This team of educators created high school English Language Arts lessons that allow students to speak, write, interpret/interact, read, and listen (SWIRL) through The 1619 Project.

    ENT 2021
  • KIPP Chicago

    Illinois

    The KIPP Chicago team hopes to support 6th through 8th social studies instruction by creating a more inclusive, representative, and relevant curriculum that encourages critical thinking and curiosity.

    ENT 2021
  • U.S. History Teachers in Chicago Public Schools

    Illinois

    This team of high school educators developed a unit for 10th and 11th grade U.S. History students that asks them to analyze America’s founding principles and the development of American Institutions that shape American society past and present.

    ENT 2021