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Identify issues related to historical events to recognize power, authority, religion, and governance as it relates to systemic oppression and its impact on indigenous peoples and ethnic and religious groups, and other traditionally marginalized groups in the modern era (bias, injustice, anti-Semitism, discrimination, stereotypes) including individuals who are American Indian/Alaska Native/Native Hawaiian or Americans of African, Asian, Pacific Island, Chicano, Latino, or Middle Eastern descent and traditionally marginalized groups (women, people with disabilities, immigrants, refugees, religious groups, and individuals who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender). (History)
Compare historical and contemporary means of changing societies and promoting the common good. (Civics)
Determine and explain the historical context of key people, cultures, products, events, and ideas over time including the examination of different perspectives from indigenous people, ethnic and religious groups and other traditionally marginalized groups throughout the Eastern Hemisphere. (History)
Compare and contrast the function of imports, exports, and barriers across cultural groups in regards to trade within a global economy. (Economics)
Explain how the physical and human characteristics of places and regions connect to human identities and cultures in the Eastern Hemisphere. (Geography)