A WORTHY PIECE OF WORK: The Untold Story of Madeline Morgan and the Fight for Black History in Schools
During WWII, as Black Americans fought to save democracy abroad and achieve democracy at home, Chicago teacher and activist Madeline Morgan brought debates over Black recognition and inclusion squarely into the classroom. She created the first Black history curriculum adopted by the Chicago schools. Photo.
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Item #: 1967851
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