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14Aug/15

FHAO Race and Membership – Boston School Desegregation Through Busing

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Today in our morning seminar, participants learned about the ways in which public policy and social attitudes toward race influenced educational access for students in the Boston Public Schools prior to 1974, and how individuals and groups challenged these ideas by watching a film clip from Eyes on the Prize ("Keys to the Kingdom") and examining the facts and statistics on Boston Public Schools then and today.

 FHAO Race+Membership Boston School Desegregation Through Busing

youtube-logo Eyes on the Prize ("Keys to the Kingdom") Video

youtube-logo Beyond Brown: Pursuing the Promise Video

link This American Life - The Problem We Live With Part I and Part II

link Boston School Desegregation And Busing: A Timeline Of Events

link "It Was Like A 'War Zone': Busing In Boston" (WBUR)

link The Chinese Experience: Desegregation Through Busing

13Aug/15

FHAO Race and Membership – Keys to the Kingdom Video

13Aug/15

FHAO Race and Membership – Beyond Brown Video

13Aug/15

FHAO Race and Membership: Legal Strategies of the NAACPedia

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Today in our morning seminar, participants created a group timeline of important dates, individuals, groups, and court cases that helped to shape the road to the landmark U.S. Supreme Court case Brown v. Board of Education.

1)  Legal Strategies of the NAACPedia Master Slides

Begin by downloading your group's slide template, then use the link to research the information needed for your slide

2)  Plessy v. Ferguson (model slide)

3) Charles Hamilton Houston

 Charles Hamilton Houston (slide template)

link Charles Hamilton Houston (research link)

4) Thurgood Marshall

 Thurgood Marshall (slide template)

link Thurgood Marshall (research link)

5) Daisy Bates

 Gaines v. Canada (slide template)

legal_scales_black_silhouette Gaines v. Canada (research link)

6) The NAACP

 The NAACP (slide template)

link The NAACP (research link)

7) Buchanan v. Warley

 Buchanan v. Warley (slide template)

legal_scales_black_silhouette Buchanan v. Warley (research link)

8) Mendez v. Westminster

 Mendez v. Westminster (slide template)

legal_scales_black_silhouette Mendez v. Westminster (research link)

9) Sweatt v. Painter

 Sweatt v. Painter (slide template)

legal_scales_black_silhouette Sweatt v. Painter (research link)

10) McLaurin v. Oklahoma State Regents

 McLaurin v. Oklahoma State Regents (slide template)

legal_scales_black_silhouette McLaurin v. Oklahoma State Regents (research link)

11) Henderson v. United States

 Henderson v. United States (slide template)

legal_scales_black_silhouette Henderson v. United States (research link) <-- Note: click "Annotation"

12Aug/15

FHAO Race and Membership Slavery Without Chains: Segregation and Jim Crow

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Today in our afternoon seminar, participants explored the ways in how Jim Crow laws were developed and accelerated from 1896-1954 by examining the case of Plessy v. Ferguson (1896) and completing a gallery walk activity on the images, charts and graphs, statistics, and the legal language of Jim Crow laws during this time period known as the "Era of Jim Crow."

 FHAO Race+Membership Slavery Without Chains: Segregation and Jim Crow Seminar

link The Rise and Fall of Jim Crow (PBS)

adobe-pdf-logo Segregation Primary Sources Packet A

adobe-pdf-logo Segregation Primary Sources Packet B

adobe-pdf-logo Segregation Primary Sources Packet C

youtube-logo Rise and Fall of Jim Crow: Consequences of Plessy Video

12Aug/15

FHAO Race and Membership: Consequences of Plessy Video

11Aug/15

FHAO Race and Membership: Science and the Invention of Race

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Today in our morning seminar, participants described the role science played in the creation of race and how ideas of difference, superiority and inferiority, and "we and they" are established in society by completing an interactive quiz on "Who Is White?" and a jigsaw activity how race science developed over time from the 18th, 19th into the 20th century.

 FHAO Race+Membership Science of Race Seminar

microsoft_word_logo Science and the Invention of Race Jigsaw

link Understanding Race - Who Is White?

link RaceBox (US Census Race Questions from 1790-2010)

10Aug/15

FHAO Race and Membership – Why Differences Matter

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Today in our afternoon seminar, participants explained how beliefs about differences shape they way we see ourselves and others by watching and discussing the film "A Class Divided" (from "Eye of the Storm"). Participants also attempted to define "American" and how differences have determined who is considered "American" by examining the metaphors of the American "melting pot" versus the "mosaic," Japanese internment during World War II and the case of Korematsu v. United States, citizenship and undocumented immigrants today.

 FHAO Race+Membership Why Differences Matter Seminar

link A Class Divided

microsoft_word_logo Your America Metaphor Handout

10Aug/15

FHAO Race and Membership – The Individual and Society

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Today in our morning seminar, participants explored the ways in which identity shapes the way we see ourselves and others, and how identity influences our choices by analyzing a song by India Arie and Akon, reading an essay by Jesús Colón, and completing a barometer debate/discussion activity on the choices and context of Jesús's decision.

 FHAO Race+Membership Individual and Society Seminar

microsoft_word_logo Defining Identity

microsoft_word_logo I Am Not My Hair Lyrics

youtube-logo I Am Not My Hair Song

adobe-pdf-logo Little Things Are Big

3Aug/15

FHAO Race and Membership: Teacher Resources

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1) The Individual and Society

 FHAO Race+Membership Individual and Society Seminar

microsoft_word_logo Defining Identity

youtube-logo I Am Not My Hair Song

microsoft_word_logo I Am Not My Hair Lyrics

adobe-pdf-logo Little Things Are Big

2) Why Differences Matter

link A Class Divided

microsoft_word_logo Your America Metaphor Handout

 FHAO Race+Membership Why Differences Matter Seminar

3) Science and the Invention of Race

microsoft_word_logo Science and the Invention of Race Jigsaw

link Understanding Race - Who Is White?

 FHAO Race+Membership Science of Race Seminar

link RaceBox (US Census Race Questions from 1790-2010)

4) Slavery Without Chains: Segregation and Jim Crow

link The Rise and Fall of Jim Crow (PBS)

adobe-pdf-logo Segregation Primary Sources Packet A

adobe-pdf-logo Segregation Primary Sources Packet B

adobe-pdf-logo Segregation Primary Sources Packet C

youtube-logo Rise and Fall of Jim Crow: Consequences of Plessy Video

 FHAO Race+Membership Slavery Without Chains: Segregation and Jim Crow Seminar

5) Road to Brown v. Board of Education

 FHAO Race+Membership Road to Brown Seminar

microsoft_word_logo Classifying Arguments for Each Side of the Case



microsoft_word_logo Instructions for Legal Strategies of the NAACPedia

 Legal Strategies of the NAACPedia Master Slides

 Plessy v. Ferguson (model slide)

link Charles Hamilton Houston (research link)

link Thurgood Marshall (research link)

link The NAACP (research link)

legal_scales_black_silhouette Buchanan v. Warley (research link)

legal_scales_black_silhouette Gaines v. Canada (research link)

legal_scales_black_silhouette Mendez v. Westminster (research link)

legal_scales_black_silhouette Sweatt v. Painter (research link)

legal_scales_black_silhouette McLaurin v. Oklahoma State Regents (research link)

legal_scales_black_silhouette Henderson v. United States (research link)

6) Boston School Desegregation Through Busing

 FHAO Race+Membership Boston School Desegregation Through Busing

youtube-logo Eyes on the Prize ("Keys to the Kingdom") Video

youtube-logo Beyond Brown: Pursuing the Promise Video

link This American Life - The Problem We Live With (Audio) Part I and Part II

link Boston School Desegregation And Busing: A Timeline Of Events

 link "It Was Like A 'War Zone': Busing In Boston" (WBUR)

 link "American Schools Are More Segregated Now Than They Were In 1968, And The Supreme Court Doesn’t Care" (Think Progress)