Asian Americans Advancing Justice - LA

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Untold Civil Rights Stories Curricular Resources by Grade Level

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Grade
4-5
Subject
English
Topic

AAPI Women: Untold Stories Through Poetry

Stories

AAPI Women Voices: Untold Stories Through Poetry

 
Grade
4-5
Subject
English
Topic

Poetry on Climate Change: Central Idea

Stories

AAPI Women Voices : Untold Stories Through Poetry

 
Grade
6
Subject
English
Topic

ELA Middle School Essay Writing - Powerful Individuals, Powerful Movements

Stories

Vincent Chin - Lily Chin: The Courage to Speak Out

 
Grade
7, 9,
10, 11
Subject
Biology
Topic

Ecological Model and Philip Vera Cruz

Stories

United Farm Workers (UFW) Movement – Philip Vera Cruz, Unsung Hero

 
Grade
7-12
Subject
English
Topic

AAPI Women Voices: Untold Stories Through Poetry

Stories

AAPI Women Voices: Untold Stories Through Poetry

 
Grade
9, 10
11
Subject
Ethnic Studies, English,
U.S. History
Topic

Philip Vera Cruz, Justice for Farm Workers

Stories

United Farm Workers (UFW) Movement – Philip Vera Cruz, Unsung Hero

 
Grade
9-12
Subject
Math
Topic

Algebra 1, Statistics in Common Core – Hate Crime Analysis, Post 9/11

Stories

A Citizen Fights for His Civil Rights after 9/11
A Family Educates to Prevent Hate Crimes:
The Case of Joseph Ileto

Vincent Chin - Lily Chin: The Courage to Speak Out
Who Took the Rap? A Call to Action

 
Grade
9-10, College
Subject
English
Topic

WWII, Japanese American Internment, Post 9/11

Stories

“After Words: September 11, 2001” poem
One Man Seeks Justice from a Nation: Korematsu v. United States
Who Took the Rap? A Call to Action

 
Grade
9-12
Subject
CLDE/ELL/
ESL/ELD
English
Topic

Fight for Just Immigration in a Nation of Native Americans and Immigrants

Stories

Defending the Unpopular Immigrant

 
Grade
11
Subject
U.S. History
Topic

Korematsu v. United States

Stories

One Man Seeks Justice from a Nation: Korematsu v. United States

 
Grade
11-12
Subject
English
Topic

Hate Crimes, Microaggressions

Stories

A Family Educates to Prevent Hate Crimes: The Case of Joseph Ileto
Vincent Chin - Lily Chin: The Courage to Speak Out

 
 
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