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Untold Civil Rights Stories Curricular Resources by Subject

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Subject
Biology
Grade
7, 9,
10, 11
Topic

Ecological Model and Philip Vera Cruz

Stories

United Farm Workers (UFW) Movement – Philip Vera Cruz, Unsung Hero

 
Subject
English
Grade
4-5
Topic

AAPI Women: Untold Stories Through Poetry

Stories

AAPI Women Voices: Untold Stories Through Poetry

 
Subject
English
Grade
7-12
Topic

LGBTQ Civil Rights: The Struggle for Marriage Equality

Stories

George Takei: Leading Man

 
Subject
English
Grade
4-5
Topic

Poetry on Climate Change: Central Idea

Stories

AAPI Women Voices: Untold Stories Through Poetry

 
Subject
English
Grade
6
Topic

ELA Middle School Essay Writing - Powerful Individuals, Powerful Movements

Stories

Vincent Chin - Lily Chin: The Courage to Speak Out

 
Subject
English
Grade
7-12
Topic

AAPI Women Voices: Untold Stories Through Poetry

Stories

AAPI Women Voices: Untold Stories Through Poetry

 
Subject
CLDE/ELL/
ESL/ELD
English
Grade
9-12
Topic

Fight for Just Immigration in a Nation of Native Americans and Immigrants

Stories

Defending the Unpopular Immigrant

 
Subject
English
Grade
9-10, College
Topic

WWII, Japanese American Internment, Post 9/11

Stories

“After Words: September 11, 2001” poem
One Man Seeks Justice from a Nation: Korematsu v. United States
Who Took the Rap? A Call to Action

 
Subject
English
Grade
11-12
Topic

Hate Crimes, Microaggressions

Stories

A Family Educates to Prevent Hate Crimes: The Case of Joseph Ileto
Vincent Chin - Lily Chin: The Courage to Speak Out

 
Subject
Ethnic Studies, English,
U.S. History
Grade
9, 10
11
Topic

Philip Vera Cruz, Justice for Farm Workers

Stories

United Farm Workers (UFW) Movement – Philip Vera Cruz, Unsung Hero

 
Subject
Math
Grade
9-12
Topic

Algebra 1, Statistics in Common Core – Hate Crime Analysis, Post 9/11

Stories

A Citizen Fights for His Civil Rights after 9/11
A Family Educates to Prevent Hate Crimes:
The Case of Joseph Ileto

Vincent Chin - Lily Chin: The Courage to Speak Out
Who Took the Rap? A Call to Action

 
Subject
U.S. History
Grade
11
Topic

Korematsu v. United States

Stories

One Man Seeks Justice from a Nation: Korematsu v. United States

 
 
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Khmer  (213) 241-8877
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 (213) 395-9547

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***We are experiencing heavier call volume than usual. We highly encourage you to call your native language phone line, the wait time may be shorter. 

Our mission is to advocate for civil rights, provide legal services and education, and build coalitions to positively influence and impact Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians, and Pacific Islanders and to create a more equitable and harmonious society.