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AMERICAN EXPERIMENTS Where Do You Stand? Protest

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Civics +2 Age Level High School (16 to 18 years old)

This collection contains supplemental artifacts and resources for Where Do You Stand? PROTEST, part of the American Experiments suite of educational resources from the National Museum of American History.  

These interactive resources and games challenge students to think about their roles and responsibilities within their democracy. Where Do You Stand? PROTEST invites students to critically think about the nuances and complexities of issues and learn from the experiences and reasoning of their peers as they form their own opinions and responses to a range of prompts. The learning begins with the guiding question: What would you do to support what you believe in? 

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Greensboro Lunch Counter

National Museum of American History

Lunch counter stool from Greensboro, North Carolina sit-ins

National Museum of African American History and Culture

March on Washington [photoprint, 1963]

Archives Center, National Museum of American History

Anti-war demonstration

National Museum of American History

Woman Suffrage Postcard, 1913

National Museum of American History

button, Mi CASSA, Campaign for "Real" Choice

National Museum of American History

Disabled Veterans Protesting

National Museum of American History

Photographic print of steelworkers protesting in downtown Pittsburgh

National Museum of African American History and Culture

Latino Healthcare rally

Anacostia Community Museum Archives

Like Father, Like Son

National Museum of African American History and Culture