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Freddie Gray & Baltimore Unrest: Exploring the Case Using Op-Eds

High School
This lesson provides an opportunity for high school students to discuss the case of Freddie Gray’s death and the protests that took place in Baltimore and elsewhere. In the lesson, students will learn more about the case, read and analyze several op-eds about it and use what they learned to write their own argumentative essays with a specific point of view and evidence to support their positions.

We Can All Be 'Kid President'

Elementary School
This lesson uses Kid President’s recent video on Martin Luther King, Jr. as a jumping off point to talk with elementary students about activists. Students will have the opportunity to learn about the activities and qualities of activists, identify and explore famous and ordinary activists and conduct research on an activist of their choice.
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