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PANDA Scorekeeper Worksheets

PANDA Scorekeeper Worksheets

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Pathways to Freedom Powerpoint with Bulleted Text

This PowerPoint of the exhibition, Pathways to Freedom, features bulleted facts of the story of the Underground Railroad in Mexico. Courtesy of the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Task Force, Inc.

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Pathways to Freedom Powerpoint with Full Text

This PowerPoint of the exhibition, Pathways to Freedom, features the complete story of the Underground Railroad in Mexico. Courtesy of the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Task Force, Inc.

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Pathways to Freedom Video

This video accompanies the Pathways to Freedom exhibition, telling the story of the friendship between Patricia Ann Talley and Candeleria Donaji Mendez Tello. Courtesy of the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Task Force, Inc.

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Pathways to Freedom_Rufino Vargas Interview

This video of Rufino Vargas explores his life as a Mexico American born in Guerrero, Mexico and living in Michigan today. During the interview Rufino talks about his Mexican heritage and compares his life in the United States to Mexico. Courtesy of the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Task Force, Inc.

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Preliminary Voices of the Civil Tensions Between the North and South

The conflict between the Southern and Northern states did not start suddenly with the attack on Fort Sumter. From at least the beginning of the 19th century, the North and South were divided over the issues of slavery. This PDF explores the base issues that caused the American Civil War.

Credit Image: Missouri Historical Society

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Preliminary Voices of the Civil War Northwest Ordinance

This PDF explores the purpose of the Northwest Ordinance, also known as the Freedom Ordinance. Enacted in 1787 by the Congress of the Confederation of the United States, the Northwest Ordinance was a way of accounting for those who wanted to settle in the Northwest Territory that would soon become Ohio, Illinois, Michigan, and Wisconsin.

Image Credit: Library of Congress, Rare Books and Special Collections Division

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Right to Equal and Integrated Education

In the first half of the 20th century, many public facilities in the country were segregated, including schools. Information in this PDF talks about the landmark case of Brown v. Board of Education that overturned segregation in schools.

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Slave Resistance

No matter how they came into bondage, African Americans fought back in every aspect of slavery to obtain freedom. This PDF shows how African Americans resisted slavery.

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Sojourner Truth 1.pdf

This 30-slide PowerPoint explores the life and rare images of Sojourner Truth.

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This program was funded by the U.S. Department of Education Underground Railroad Educational and Cultural Program.