Digital Binder for the Seminar on Race and Membership in American History: the Eugenics Movement

Posted by Mary Hendra on July 13, 2014

What are the origins of the idea of “race”? How did eugenics shape the way people thought about the differences between humans?

The Race and Membership case study from Facing History lets teachers and students explore these questions with a rigorous look at American history. The Eugenics Movement has both roots and legacies here in Southern California, and this seminar lets us consider the local connections as well.

The Symbaloo Board below shows the specific resources selected for use in the most recent seminars in Los Angeles and San Diego on Race and Membership in American History: the Eugenics Movement.

If you're enrolled already for one of our workshops, I hope this digital organizer will add one more tool to what you take away from this training.  Visit our Professional Development calendar to see all upcoming opportunities, or find out more about our work in LA and throughout Southern California.

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