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What You Should Do When There Are Bars On Your Stars and Hype On Your Stripes Or When It Comes To Things Like Underwear and Complacency, Change Is Good

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An Integrated, Interdisciplinary, Thematic Unit on The Power of Protest An important aspect of the study of history is understanding how people respond to problems or injustices in society. At crucial points in history, individuals or groups of individuals changed society through acts of protests. This integrated unit on the power of protest allows the students to explore the practices, concepts, and underlying themes behind 20th Century protest. During this unit the students will address the geographical, civic, and socio-economic environment of times, both in the past and current day. The students will take this knowledge gained and realize the growing concerns of the future.