This is what a life looks like when it is directed based on curiosity and passion, rather than on self-preoccupation, narcissistic display and the unending need for the approval of others. A rare woman, and a worthy role model for both girls and boys.
FREE!!! This versatile activity could be utilized during Women's History Month, as a great end of year brain break for students, or could even be a back to school activity to introduce some women the students would learn about during the year. Students match women to their image, a quote of theirs, and to what they are known for. This includes a US History AND a World/European History version.
Community Post: Historic Photographs Of "White" Slaves
Historic photos of "white" slaves from Occupied Louisiana, 1863 and 1864: These children were minority African Mulattoes and most states considered them legally Black for having 1/8th or more African ancestry. As a side note, Sally Hemings was 1/4th African so she and her and Thomas Jefferson's children would have had similar appearance. Racial intermingling, both consensual and non, was much more common in the pre-war South than many tend to believe and was not limited to slaves or the…