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Links 1 through 10 of 64 by Christy Keeler tagged Tolerance

This website provides resources to assist students appreciate Muslims living in the US. The available videos teach that Muslims are "regular" Americans and shouldn't be seen as outsiders. It helps viewers appreciate all Americans for their common citizenship and compassionate beings.

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This website is an excellent personal narrative selection. It is very descriptive in a first person point of view. Fantastic tool for writing personal narratives, expressive writing, and culture.

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This primary source can be used by instructors to view how Americans in the early 17th century viewed the religion of North American indigenous tribes.

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This site is most useful to build background for looking at what author's wrote about women being captive by Native American people. There are many intersting points to help show how facts can be turned around into myths.

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In the 1880s, virtually everyone agreed that the only way to educate Indian children was to take them away from their homes and cut them off from their families for at least four years. A reporter in New Mexico, Charles Fletcher Lummis won an precedent setting legal battle in 1892 against a government policy that permitted Indian children to be taken from their parents.

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An interactive timeline developed by ProCon.org, this site lists events relating to U.S. immigration from 1607 to the present. The site is nicely organized, it includes related visuals/primary sources, and adequately cites its sources.

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The Living Room Candidate contains more than 300 commercials, from every presidential election since 1952, when Madison Avenue advertising executive Rosser Reeves convinced Dwight Eisenhower that short ads played during such popular TV programs as I Love Lucy would reach more voters than any other form of advertising. This innovation had a permanent effect on the way presidential campaigns are run.

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