May be used in Secondary for Y1 C3 and Y2 C2: Identity & Power
Experience the journey of a resilient nation that has survived the Diaspora. This timeline chronicles the triumphs of a tenacious group of people who have persevered and passed on their legacy through the ages. Immerse yourself in the horrors of enslavement and struggle to comprehend the true meaning of freedom. Dare to dream of equality and discover the redemption that countless African Americans have sacrificed for.
As a famous African American once said, "I stand on the shoulders of Sojourner Truth, Harriet Tubman, Fannie Lou Hamer, and Madame C.J. Walker. Thanks to them, I am living the dream. I am the fruit of their labor." Discover the reason behind this sentiment for yourself.
The time scale of this timeline is the same as our American History Timeline (STL-029) and Timeline of Native American Indian History (STL-032).
Because of the durability of the material there is no need for lamination.
Full Size: 18" x 9 ft.
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