Instructor: Clottee Hammons
Description: This course of study was created as an accompaniment to the traveling exhibition The Great Migration – Indiscernibles in Arizona; which is an in-depth examination of how Black people came to Arizona, beginning in the 1930s. While this interactive aid is offered as a guide for teachers and homeschool educators to objectively expanding the common, exclusionary narrative of Arizona history for students grades 5-12, it is also suitable for anyone wanting to increase their knowledge of Arizona history. The three volumes will look at ongoing historical omissions about where Black Arizonans migrated from, in addition to how and why through the use of historic documents, oral histories and artifacts. The course will conclude with an analysis of the impact of this history on Black people in Arizona today.
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