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2022 Calendar of Black Lives in the Founding Era

$19.95

The Gilder Lehrman Institute's 2022 Calendar of Black Lives in the Founding Era features selected dates recognizing the lives and achievements of African American founders and illustrations of important figures and events.

The calendar spans September 2021 through December 2022.

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How Did We Get Here? On Demand: Race Relations and African American Experiences, led by Hasan Kwame Jeffries, The Ohio State University

$39.99

This module is part of our How Did We Get Here? series, which has been designed to provide teachers with ready-made, classroom-friendly resources on topics in American history that are front-and-center in current events. This module, which is based on live sessions conducted on Zoom, features lectures on the era of Jim Crow and on the Long Civil Rights Movement by Professor Hasan Kwame Jeffries, along with expert advice for teaching these topics led by Tim Bailey and Corey Winchester. Topics examined include Black resistance to Jim Crow laws, historical memory of Jim Crow and White violence, and the "continuum of Black protest" (including Black nationalism, separatism, and nonviolence).

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How Did We Get Here? On Demand: The US Constitution, led by Alexander Keyssar (Harvard Kennedy School) and Akhil Reed Amar (Yale University)

$39.99

This module is part of our How Did We Get Here? series, which has been designed to provide teachers with ready-made, classroom-friendly resources on topics in American history that are front-and-center in current events. This module, which is based on live sessions conducted on Zoom, features a lecture on the origins and evolution of the Electoral College by Professor Alexander Keyssar (Harvard Kennedy School) and a lecture on key figures of the Early Republic by Professor Akhil Reed Amar (Yale University).

It also includes expert advice for teaching these topics led by Gilder Lehrman Institute Master Teachers Angel Brea, Jermain Corbin, and Justin Emrich. Topics examined include the history of the Electoral College and attempts at reforming how we elect the President, the development of the three branches of government, and the evolution of the Supreme Court.

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How Did We Get Here? On Demand: American Indian and Latina/Latino American Experiences, led by Lilia Fernandez, Rutgers University and Donald L. Fixico, Arizona State University

$39.99

This module is part of our How Did We Get Here? series, which has been designed to provide teachers with ready-made, classroom-friendly resources on topics in American history that are front-and-center in current events. This module, which is based on live sessions conducted on Zoom, features a lecture on key points in Latina/Latino history by Professor Lilia Fernandez (Rutgers University) and a lecture on the impact of the McGirt v. Oklahoma decision on American Indian tribal sovereignty, the origins and evolution of the American Indian gaming industry, and the history of desecration and protection of sacred sites by Professor Donald L. Fixico (Arizona State University). It also includes expert advice for teaching these topics led by Gilder Lehrman Institute Master Teachers April Vela and CherylAnne Amendola. 

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