Social Studies

Black History Month: Intersection of Race and the Law

Yale University and USC Law graduate teaches course where students will learn about some of the most monumental Supreme Court decisions in Black History. Students will see how lawyers changed the landscape of America.
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Class

45 minutes

per class

Meets once

8-13

year olds

7-18

learners per class

per learner

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Class Experience

I studied Psychology at Yale University, where I took courses in African American History.  Next, I attended the University of Southern California Law School, and was fortunate enough to learn about the intersection of race and the law during my time as a scholar there.  I have experience teaching children of all ages about complex issues.  I used to teach Kindergarten at Nellis Airforce Base and I am also a mother, who regularly navigates these complex issues with her own child, since she is biracial in America.
45 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
This class will be age appropriate, and only includes results of important Supreme Court cases, and their effect.  It does not contain anything sensitive for children. 

Teacher

About Me

Jacqueline has taught more than a thousand students virtually, across 30 countries. 

She graduated from Yale University, the University of Southern California Law School, and is a member of the State Bar of California. Currently, she serves as a... 
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