Who lived here originally? What processes of colonization or sharing of land, ideas, and values came into play? What did this look like?
How do I see myself? Is it the same way others see me?
How am I the same as other people? How am I different from other people?
Are people all the same?
What are the differences between how I live and how others live?
How can I learn more about other people?
Can people who share my identity still...
What makes us who we are?
How are people similar to and different from each other?
How does where we live impact diversity?
How do legends connect with diversity?
How do legends impact ones identity?
What do you know about composers in Minority groups in America?
With the Declaration of Independence in mind, are all (wo)men created equal and given equal access to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness?
What is race?
What is ethnicity?
How are race and ethnicity related? How are they different?
What has happened throughout history to people like me?
What does literature teach about these historical experiences?
From whose perspective is the literature written about these historical experiences?
Are people like me celebrated in the literature? Are they exhibited as empowered or victims? As having agency or silenced? As intelligent or ignorant?
Are these questions answered the same in texts...