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Chez Jolie Coiffure: Understanding the Push and Pull of International Migration
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  • Grades 11-12,
  • Grades 9-10

Chez Jolie Coiffure: Understanding the Push and Pull of International Migration

In this lesson, students will share and examine their perceptions of and experience with immigration and sometimes vague language of international human migration. Through Sabine’s story and collaborative activities, students will identify “push/pull” factors that that lead individuals and families to leave their countries despite the complex hurdles and personal risks they face.

Chez Jolie Coiffure: Discussion Guide
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Chez Jolie Coiffure: Discussion Guide

This guide is an invitation to dialogue. It is written with a sensitivity for those who have left everything behind with the hopes of something more. It is also written with the understanding that Sabine’s story is incomplete and still in progress. This guide is an invitation to explore topics and conversations around race, community, belonging, the (undocumented) immigrant experience and the power of storytelling.

Advocate: Perceptions of Justice
  • Lesson plan
  • Grades 11-12,
  • Grades 9-10

Advocate: Perceptions of Justice

In this lesson, students will grapple with the concept of “justice,” examining it through the lens of Lea Tsemel and her legal work, as well as from the perspectives of those who work by her side and against her. Students will delve into international law with regard to human rights and will assess Lea Tsemel’s strategy of using the legal system as a lever of social change. Relevant to World History, Global Studies, Civics, World Religions, and Law courses.

Advocate: Discussion Guide
  • Discussion guide

Advocate: Discussion Guide

This guide is an invitation to dialogue. It is based on a belief in the power of human connection and designed for people who want to use Advocate to engage family, friends, classmates, colleagues, and communities. In contrast to initiatives that foster debates in which participants try to convince others that they are right, this document envisions conversations undertaken in a spirit of openness in which people try to understand one another and expand their thinking by sharing viewpoints and listening actively.

We Are The Radical Monarchs: Discussion Guide
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We Are The Radical Monarchs: Discussion Guide

This guide is an invitation to dialogue. It is based on a belief in the power of community organizing, challenging barriers and narratives and illuminating important issues like systemic racism, gender equality, and transformative movements for justice. This guide is designed for people who want to We Are The Radical Monarchs to engage family, friends, classmates, colleagues and communities in dialogue around issues presented in the film.

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