What do you miss most about See A Man, Be A Man class? What support could you use over the next few weeks of school?
Which of the See A Man Be A Man core principles do you want to focus on the most during this time of quarantine? Be specific as to why you feel that way.
Seniors: What is one thing you learned during See A Man, Be A Man today? Answer in 3-4 complete sentences.
Slave Trade from Africa to the Americas. (1650-1860) What is this image showing? What did you learn from today's class? How does this relate to you? Answer in 3-4 sentences for full credit.
To what extent should we consider Thomas Jefferson's personal life in regards to his words written in the Declaration of Independence and American ideals of liberty freedom and equality. Use 3-4 complete sentences in your response for full credit.
Economic: "Trigger Warning: Living Black" and "White Gang Privilege" Analysis. What is your opinion about these episodes. Can these ideas work? Do you think black people should do more for one another economically? Why or why not?
Prosecutors sent to investigate alleged attack on biracial boy. Post your response to this news in 3-4 complete sentences. Use terms like racism, lynching, white supremacy, and natural rights in your response.
Consider your notes from today's class? What were your thoughs baout the podcast recording? What is culture? How can you positively impact Locke's culture.
What does the phrase " See a Man be a Man" mean to you? How can a program like this benefit you and larger school community. Use complete sentences in your answer.
Review the image and the article and provide a pragraph response to watch you read. What is the image saying? Is it fair? Why or why not?