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SENECA FALLS, SELMA, STONEWALL: THE STONEWALL RIOTS IN THE FIGHT FOR EQUALITY

Grade Level Grades 6-12

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In this lesson, Barack Obama’s second inaugural address serves as a launching point for classroom discussions on how the Stonewall Riots might be comparable to other seminal moments in the ongoing fight for equality in the United States. To supplement these discussions, students will analyze Rod Stewart’s “The Killing of Georgie” as a poetic account of LGBTQ+ discrimination in the United States, and compare primary source documents from the Women’s Rights, Civil Rights, and LGBTQ+ Rights movements.

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