Washington DC’s Newesum Releases Collection of Educational Resources Re: Baltimore Riots
From the Newseum Collecton:
As events in Baltimore continue to unfold, use Newseum resources to make connections in your classroom. Below is a list of relevant resources and lesson plans that relate to the events in Baltimore. Resources are divided into three categories: media literacy, historical connections, and civics and citizenship.
Note: Historical Connections section includes “Digital Classroom Timeline Entries” featuring digitized newspaper pages and photos. Registration is required. It’s free and takes a minute of two.
Direct to the Baltimore Riots Resources Collection (via Newseum)
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