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Voting Rights: How Inclusive Is the Right to Vote?

Grade Level Grades 5-12
Resource Type Lesson Plan, Media

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Learn all about the election with on demand classes all about voting rights! The right of a citizen to vote is not directly protected in the Constitution, and throughout our history that right has often been granted to some, but denied to others. However, through various amendments to the Constitution, the right to vote has become more and more inclusive.

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Scholar Exchange: Voting Rights Amendments (Middle School Level)
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Scholar Exchange: Voting Rights Amendments Session (High school and college )
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Scholar Exchange: Voting Rights Amendments Session (Middle School Level)
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Scholar Exchange: Voting Rights Amendments Session (High school and college )
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SCHOLAR EXCHANGE: Voting Rights in America
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