Black Panther Party Lesson Plan Aligned to Grade 11 glesBlack Panther Party Lesson Plan Aligned to Grade 11 gles
Students will use primary source documents and oral histories in order to explain why the Black Panther Party described black communities as “colonies” within the United States and how they attempted to empower those communities in
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Publisher/Publication/Year: Worldview/American History II: Post Civil War America to the Present/2015
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Approximate Time Frame: 2-3 class periods depending on whether the readings are used in class or as homework
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