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Black Lives Matter Lecture

Abstract:

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This Black Lives Matter Lecture is meant to introduce the Black Lives Matter movement to students in various settings. The lecture content includes details regarding the inspiration for the movement, information about the founders and their guiding principles. In addition, we have included suggestions for activities that might coincide with the lecture. We hope that the information provided in this lecture is adaptable to instructors that might want to situate it in a larger discussion about race, social movements, or a combination of the two.

Details:

Resource Type(s):
Lecture 
Author(s):
Alecia Danielle Anderson, University of Nebraska Omaha
Angela Brown 
Date Published:
6/22/2017 
Subject Area:
Racial and Ethnic Relations 
Class Level:
any 
Class Size:
Any 
Language:
English 


Learning Goals and Assessments:

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Goal 1:
Learning Goal 1: At the conclusion of this lecture, students should be able to recognize the context in which the Black Lives Matter movement began. Lecture and discussion will assist in attaining this goal.
Assessment 1:
Learning Assessment 1: Students will work together to respond to discussion questions either verbally or on paper.
Goal 2:
Learning Goal 2: Students should be able to articulate some of the guiding principles of the Black Lives Matter movement. Lecture and discussion will assist in attaining this goal.
Assessment 2:
Learning Assessment 2: Students will work together to respond to discussion questions either verbally or on paper.
Goal 3:
Learning Goal 3: Students should be able to articulate a response to misconceptions that some may have about the Black Lives Matter movement.
Assessment 3:
Learning Assessment 3: Students will respond to a prompt meant to provoke this response.

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