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How the U.S. women’s World Cup victory is the perfect civics lesson

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In this NewsHour Extra lesson, students will learn about the U.S. women’s soccer World Cup victory and how it is also a good civics lesson. Continue reading

Student Voice: For LGBTQ teens, ‘hope does exist’

Student Voice

Luke Hartman is an alumnus of Immanuel Christian and wrote this Student Voice piece for PBS NewsHour Extra in order to let all young people, including LGBTQ youth, know that they are loved and supported. Continue reading

Student Voice: Three ways voters can support transgender students

Student Voice

“It is our job to vote with everyone’s best interests at heart,” writes seventh grader Ava Michelman of Virginia, who asks voters to think of transgender youth on Election Day. Continue reading

‘We were there. We were making history.’ Students reflect on the March For Our Lives

Student Voice

From registering voters to student reporting, from the role of race to the underrepresentation of trans youth voices, five students share their reflections on the March For Our Lives. Continue reading

How to use anti-LGBTQ laws to explore social justice

Lesson Plan

In order to learn more about social justice issues, students will look at important laws affecting members of the LGBTQ community, including Mississippi’s House Bill 1523. Continue reading

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