When sharing secondary sources that tell a particular story of our past and present, consider how you might support students in enacting a critical lens to identify biases and missing or misrepresented perspectives. When sharing primary sources connected to experiences of violence or oppression, consider how you might honor students' developmental needs, as well as how you might frame sources in ways that affirm the dignity and humanity of people connected to those experiences. These resources can help.
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