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2020


Welcome to America: Enslaved Diasporic and Indigenous People

Jeri Johnson, M.S. Ed., M.S. School Psychology
Keywords: Slavery, Afircan American History, American History, indigenous people

Slavery: A Tough Lesson to Learn

Margo Pinckney-Wilson
Keywords: diversity, Slavery, poetry

Forging A Connection: Releasing the bondage of internalized oppression through quality social studies instruction

Sondra W. Gonzalez
Keywords: internalized racism. vacant esteem. ever-present anger. racial socialization, Slavery, abolitionist

The Dis-Connection of Our Roots

Stephanie M. Robinson
Keywords: roots, Slavery, African American History

The Ongoing Black Freedom Struggle: Expanding the Single Story of the Civil Rights Movement

Pearl Jonas
Keywords: film, Civil Rights Movement, History, American History

A History of Philadelphia: Redlining and the Founding Ideals of Democracy

Alexander de Arana
Keywords: democracy, Philadelphia, History, social science

Heritage or Renewal: The Impacts of Gentrification

Matthew Menschner
Keywords: local history, gentrification, heritage, Philadelphia Neighborhoods

2019


La Comida y la Cultura

Sean Carr

Erasing History: Engaging with Primary Sources Through Erasure Poetry

Matthew Menschner
Keywords: Bill of Rights, blackout poetry, Declaration of Independence, constitution, History, historical documents, poetry

2018


Making Philosophic Ideas Visible: Connecting the Age of Enlightenment and the French Revolution

Alexander de Arana
Keywords: Foundations of Government, Critical thinking, French Revolution, Social Contract, social studies, Political thought, Age of Enlightenment

Phila-Gami: Philadelphia Themed Folding in the Math Classroom

Catherine Michini
Keywords: fold-and-cut, Philadelphia, Mobile, Math, geometry, origami, STEAM, Art, Pi Day, Alexander Calder, pop-up card

Philosophy in the Social Contract and Forms of Government

Taylor Franko
Keywords: Critical thinking, social studies, Political thought, philosophy, Analyzing arguments, Questioning

2017


Investigating Religious and Cultural Spending Trends

Catherine Michini
Keywords: cross, Culture, Social and cross-cultural skills, social studies, World religions

Be the Hero of Your Journey

Terry Anne Wildman
Keywords: Creative Writing, History, Literature

The Music of New Orleans and How It Shaped Its Culture

Chanelle Harley
Keywords: History, writing, social studies, Reading

2016


Have You Ever Told That Story Before? Student Biographers Asking Important Life Questions, Preserving Memories and Writing History

Joyce Arnosky
Keywords: elementary, biography, language arts, social studies, writing

The Philadelphia Wax Museum: Exploring the History of a City Through Different Points of View

Tia D. Larese
Keywords: elementary, Philadelphia, biography, History, social studies, wax museum, revolutionary war

The Haitian Revolution and Governor General Toussaint Louverture: A Biography

Keysiah M. Middleton
Keywords: High School, social studies

2015


How to Win a War Without Even Shooting: Haitian Revolution Strategy

Lynn Gourinski Fahr
Keywords: yellow fever, disease preventions, cholera, middle school history, History, Haiti, high school history, revolution strategies

The Impact of the Haitian Revolution on 18th Century Philadelphia

Keysiah M. Middleton
Keywords: eleventh grade American History, petty whites, petits blancs, Exclusif, francophone, Declaration of the Rights of Man and Citizen, French negroes in Philadelphia, class division in Saint Domingue, Code Noir of 1685, free people of color, Middle school social studies, literature of Haitian Revolution, Jacques Pierre Brissot, French slaves in Philadelphia, Haiti, gens de couleur libres, Girondists, Global Studies, grands blancs, Haitian rebellion, ninth grade World History, Haitian Revolution, Haitians in Philadelphia, high school history, big whites, Philadelphia 18th century history, small whites, world history, tenth grade African American History, Stephen Girard, Sonthonax, Societie des Amis des Noir, 18th century Philadelphia, 18th century Philadelphia merchants, slave uprising, African American History, American History, affranchise, Polverel, Saint Domingue slave revolution, Saint Domingue refugees in Philadelphia, Saint Domingue rebellion, Saint Domingue civil war, Saint Dominguan slaves in Philadelphia