What life lessons can we learn about being better people in society based on the reading?
How do you think the images we keep seeing of violence towards mostly black and marginalized identities impacts people in those communities?
Why is it still important to learn about the Holocaust?
Has civil rights progressed during the past 150 years in America?
How do I know when people are being treated unfairly?
How does unfairness make me feel?
How have people been treated unfairly in the past?
How have people stopped unfairness in the past?
If a person is in charge, does that mean they can do anything?
What clues help me know when and how people are being treated unfairly?
-Why do we feel empathy for others when they are mistreated?
-How are people similar to and different from each other?
-Should individuals stand up for what’s right even when it puts them at risk?
-How do our intersecting identities shape our perspectives and the way we experience the world?
-What part do culture and history play in the formation...
What is the difference between an ally and an accomplice?
What is required to be an accomplice?
What do I need to take into consideration when being an accomplice?
What happens if I fail or mess up?
What is the difference between individual bias and structural inequality?
How have Native Americans struggled since North America was colonized?
How is empathy a seed of social action?
How are Native Americans effected by the past in today's world?
How can modern America do justice to the native people?
What does the term discrimination mean?
Have you been the victim of discrimination?
Do you have friends or families of a different race or ethnicity?
Who suffers discrimination on the basis of age?
Do you think students in certain groups are discriminated against?
Do you think people discriminate based on their perception that individuals had a choice in their condition...