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Summary

Participants will investigate the evolution of a particular movement by comparing pictures from past and present. They will examine the photos to determine if they support or oppose a view.

Instructional Strategies

1. Have youth find at least two photographs from a movement, past or present, against what are perceived as unjust laws. 2. Tell them to find photographs that express both sympathetic and unsympathetic opinions about the protest. 3. Have them write captions for the photos, explaining what it is about the photograph that makes them think it either supports or opposes a particular view.

Participant Tasks

1. Find at least two photographs from a movement, past or present, against what are perceived as unjust laws. 2. Be sure to find photographs that express both sympathetic and unsympathetic opinions about the protest. 3. Write captions for the photos, explaining what it is about the photograph that convey support or opposition of a particular viewpoint.

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