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Lesson Plan August 8, 2018

Contested Lands: Teaching Indigenous Rights and Resistance Through Photo Stories

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  1. What does it mean for land to be contested?
  2. What people or groups of people have different positions on how a particular area of land should be used? (Think about international and local contexts.)
  3. What does it mean to be an indigenous person? Who are indigenous people in your community?
  4. Why might the battles indigenous communities are waging be “unseen”?

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