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The Museum has developed middle and high school classroom guides, a virtual field trip and student webinars, and in-person and web-based professional development workshops to help you learn and teach about African American Experiences in World War II.
Each classroom guide includes an introductory essay and brief biographical profiles of prominent wartime African Americans along with three primary-source based lesson plans. These lesson plans align with Common Core and National Center for History in the Schools standards, and you can implement them either as a unit or individually.
African American Experiences in World War II: High School Classroom GuideAn introductory essay, biographies of wartime African Americans, and three lesson plans for high school students.
African American Experiences in World War II: Middle School Classroom GuideAn introductory essay, biographies of wartime African Americans, and three lesson plans for middle school students.
Virtual Field TripTrace the historic path from segregation to integration in the military and beyond.
Double Victory: African Americans in WWII
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