What is the difference between being treated unfairly by another person and receiving unequal treatment under the law?
How are people similar to and different from each other?
How can we celebrate what we have in common while also honoring our differences?
How can we make connections across our differences?
How diverse is it really in the areas we live?
Where are the most diverse places on Earth and how did they become that way?
How does race/family bias influence who I am?
How are my race/family's experiences similar or different from those of other races/family backgrounds?
What kinds of bias and privileges do individuals and groups experience because of their race/families?
What can we do to address race/family prejudice and to advocate for race/family justice?
1) What makes us who we are?
2) How are our identities today shaped by those around us?
3) How do the different parts of our identities combine to make us who we are?
4) How do we see value in ourselves when the world around us puts us down?
How do we remain true to ourselves as we move in and out of different communities, cultures and contexts?
How do our various group identities shape us as individuals?
What part do culture and history play in the formation of our individual and collective identities?
How do our intersecting identities shape our perspectives and the way we experience the world...
How will we ensure that we know what to look for in the future.
How can I describe ways people are different from me?
How can I ask people about their lives and experiences in a respectful, kind and understanding way?
What makes us who we are?
How are our identities today shaped by society?
How do different parts of our identities combine to make us who we are?
Do the ways we present our identities change depending on where we are or the people we are with?
What were the causes and effects of World War 2?
Who were the United States' allies?
What year did the war end?