Use these excerpts from ‘One Person, No Vote: How Not All Voters Are Treated Equally’ to help students identify claims, recognize evidence and evaluate the argument that charges of voter fraud can be a form of voter suppression.
Use this excerpt from ‘One Person, No Vote: How Not All Voters Are Treated Equally’ to lead a conversation with students about the history of voter suppression in the United States before the Voting Rights Act of 1965.
As disinformation about the 2020 election continues to spread, these resources can help you teach students about evaluating sources, recognizing "fake news" and becoming critical consumers of online information.
Pair an excerpt from ‘One Person, No Vote: How Not All Voters Are Treated Equally’ with a clip from a documentary about Congressman John Lewis to lead a conversation with students about the Voting Rights Act of 1965.
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