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Media Construction of Social Justice

A Digital Media Literacy Curriculum

High School through College
This kit explores how people in the United States have perceived social justice movements over the past 180 years and how the U.S. media have constructed that public perception. The subject areas covered include U.S. history, African-American studies, criminal justice studies, immigrant studies, labor studies, Latino studies, LGBT studies, media studies, peace studies, sociology, and women’s studies, among many others.

All materials are classroom-ready, including: teacher guides, student handouts, overviews, and assessments.

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Be sure to read the kit introductory material to the left of this page.

Download each teacher's guide and media below.

click title to view/close Unit 1: Abolition of Slavery

click title to view/close Unit 2: Women's Suffrage

click title to view/close Unit 3: Early Labor Movement

click title to view/close Unit 4: Black Freedom/Civil Rights

click title to view/close Unit 5: Women's Liberation

click title to view/close Unit 6: Immigrant Rights

click title to view/close Unit 7: Gay Liberation

click title to view/close Unit 8: Prison Justice


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