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I Am a Man--We Are Human

This collection traces how a powerful phrase and its variations have been adopted by different voices in United States history.

Questions to consider:
-How is the phrase (and/or design of the original poster) used? How do the changes and adaptations it has undergone reflect different time periods and issues in United States history?
-Why has the phrase "I am a Man" had such staying power? Alternately, why has "We Are Human" been adopted?
-How do the above phrases reflect or reject concepts like "separateness," "personal identity," or "inclusion"?
-Why do you think many artists are drawn to the phrase and design? Do you think the artists expect viewers to recognize the influence of the original work? Why or why not?
-Why is the verb underlined? How would it change if another word were emphasized?
-What other examples could be included in this collection? This collection focuses primarily on visual interpretations of the phrase. Can you think of literary or pop culture examples?

Tags: Ernest Withers, Dread Scott, Ferguson, Abolition, Sojourner Truth, Memphis, sanitation workers, immigration reform, refugee crisis, Hank Willis Thomas, protest, sign, placard, broadside, civil rights
Kate Harris
9
 

The Civil War in Illinois

Artifacts related to Illinois soldiers and regiments
Janis Michael
3
 

Famous Pennsylvanians on U.S. Postage

This lab has a collection of postal commemoratives that honor Pennsylvanians from the colonial period to the present day. These honorees represent science, art, industry, sports, politics, finance and many other fields.
Arthur Glaser
27
 

Space Explorers

Amanda Blanco
4
 

Six Degrees of Separation: An APUSH Review Activity

Use this collection as a starting point for an AP United States History review activity that emphasizes connections and cause-and-effect. Students will copy the collection and add in four resources that form a chain of connection from one item to another (ending with six resources total). For each resource, they should add an annotation describing each of the events or items included, analyzing any important details in the resources themselves, and explaining how each connects to the next one.
Kate Harris
2
 

Does Progress Have Consequences?

This is a collection to help illustrate the positive and negative effects of the Industrial Revolution.
#TeachingInquiry
George hoskey
11
 

ASP Let's Rock

conference assignment
Terri Fichter
10
 

Challenge 2016

Hannah Harrloe
10
 

Things that Rock Learning

For the challenge
angela clark
11
 

Extended Learning Challenge Test Collection

This is a test collection for the conference.
Jonathan Dow
10
 

Test for Learning Lab

Pamela Gibbens
10
 

collection

Hunter Davidson
10
 

The Soviet Sputnik Satellite

Take a look at these resources that recall the development and launch of the Sputnik Satellite by the Soviet Union, and the start of the "Space Race" around the world!
Stephanie Hearn
11
 

Assignment

Monika Smith
10
 

my first collection

Chico challange
victoria schaner
9
 

NEW COLLECTION

Samantha Johnston
10
 

FS Teen Takeover: Strike A Pose!

FS Teen Takeover photo booth
Juliet Bishop
10
 

first collection

ASP conference
Kendahl Costa
9
 

My First!!!

Jenna Faniani
10
 

My first collection

Test
Cathy Houghtby
10
 

Your Own Collection

Contains all of the following items:
Dorothy's slippers
Something from 1st, 16th, and 35th presidents of US
etc
Angela Rohlfs
9
 

My Fabulous Favoites!:)

All things I LOVE!!!!!
Melinda Brooks
8
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