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1 “America, Be True to What You Said on Paper.” from the “I’ve Been to the Mountaintop” Speech Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr 3 April 1968 georgina cecilia p é rez m

2 georgina cecilia p é rez m Click on the Lesson for Printable Hand-Outs

3 Sanitation Worker’s Strike Memphis, Tennessee 1968 Click on the photo to view an expert of Dr. Martin Luther King’s last speech, “I’ve Been to the Mountaintop” 3 April 1968 georgina cecilia p é rez m

4 Michael Brown Michael Brown is seen in this photo posted to Facebook, May 19, Michael Brown was 18 years old when he was shot and killed by police officer Darren Wilson in Ferguson, Missouri, on August 9, Brown was unarmed. Click on the photo to view: Melissa Harris-Perry’s, “Tribute to Black Men Killed by Police” georgina cecilia p é rez m

5 Black And Unarmed: Women And Girls Without Weapons Killed By Law Enforcement By Khadijah Costley White August 12, 2014 Read the full article here: politics/details/ black- unarmed-women-girls-without- weapons-killed-law-enforcement/ georgina cecilia p é rez m

6 Last Week Tonight with John Oliver: Ferguson, MO and Police Militarization (HBO) Click the photo to watch the video georgina cecilia p é rez m

7 We are NOT all Trayvon: Challenging Anti-Black Racism in POC Communities “Community must not mean a shedding of our differences, nor the pathetic pretense that these differences do not exist.” ~ Audre Lorde 07/16/13 by Asam Ahmad Published by: Black Girl Dangerous Click to Read Article: 7/ we-are-not-all-trayvon- challenging-anti-black-racism-in-poc- communities/ 7/ we-are-not-all-trayvon- challenging-anti-black-racism-in-poc- communities/ georgina cecilia p é rez m

8 georgina cecilia p é rez m Click on the Lesson for Printable Hand-Outs

9 As you viewed, read, discussed ~ what images came to mind? Draw your thoughts. Additional Reading Suggestions Click on the book for more details Reading Ferguson: books on race, police, protest and U.S. history protest-and-us-history story.html georgina cecilia p é rez m Click on the Notebook for Details about Student Portfolios

10 Writing the Word & the World georgina cecilia p é rez m Click on the Book for Details Henry A. Giroux | The Violence of Organized Forgetting Published by: Truth Out Click to Read Article: Suggested Assignment: Ask students to describe the meaning of “Hoodie Politics” as described in the article suggested. Students should pick their means of presentation: Journal Entry Poster Illustration Other


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