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Where are we going? Where have we been? Narratives of Black History. Finding our Voices Through Historical Narratives. Activate Prior Knowledge. Who is the boy in this Picture?. Why was his death so important to our history?. What happened to Emmett Till?. Activate Prior Knowledge.

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where are we going where have we been narratives of black history

Where are we going?Where have we been?Narratives of Black History

Finding our VoicesThrough

Historical Narratives

who is the boy in this picture

Activate Prior Knowledge

Who is the boy in this Picture?

Why was his death so important to our history?

What happened to Emmett Till?

who is this man

Activate Prior Knowledge

Who is this Man?

What did he do?

What was the name of the movement that fought for racial equality?

what did segregation look like

Focus Question & Objective

What Did Segregation Look Like?

Objective:

I will use my visual literacy and viewing skills to describe segregation through pictures and videos.

no most of the pictures in this presentation are from south africa
No!:Most of the Pictures in this presentation are from South Africa

South Africa in the 1960s

What does this photo tell you about apartheid

apartheid separateness
Apartheid: Separateness

Didn’t segregation end in the 1960s? In this BrainPOP movie, Tim and Moby will teach you about the practice of apartheid, which continued well into the 1990s. You’ll learn what Africa was like before European settlers colonized it, as well as what happened once white people got there. Find out when South Africa won its independence and who ran the government after England withdrew. You’ll also learn why laws against racial mixing were passed, what rights each group and people had, and what rights they didn’t have. Discover how people reacted to apartheid both in South Africa and the rest of the world, and you’ll learn about a very special political prisoner. Finally, you’ll learn what happened when apartheid finally ended. Here’s a hint: It has to do with that political prisoner!

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