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What does equality mean to you?
Transcript of What does equality mean to you?
Martin Luther King Jr.
"Let us hope that the dark clouds of racial prejudice will soon pass away and the deep fog of misunderstanding will be lifted from our fear-drenched communities, and in some not too distant tomorrow the radiant stars of love and brotherhood will shine over our great nation with all their scintillating beauty." - Martin Luther King Jr.
Write on the index card that is given to you about what the word equality means to you.
When you are done, wait for further instructions.
What do you think this quote means?
Some students will be given a sticker and some will not.
We will ask you what you think the stickers means then we will tell you after wards what it means.
Once you figure out what the stickers means, how do you feel about them? Why?
Stars for Diversity
You will be receiving a paper doll.
We will say a statement like, "You are ugly" and you will either rip the paper doll or not.
You will only rip the paper doll if people say this to you.
Then we will discuss how everyone looks different by their appearance, but not by their personality.
Words Can Hurt
By Angelica Medina and Chaiyah Chambers
In this activity you will be blowing a balloon that will be given to you or you will be given a helium balloon.
Some of you will be asked to blow it at a certain size.
What do you notice about your balloon that is different about other balloons around the room?
This activity is just like playing Simon Says. Once we say "Simon Says: Stand up if you have brown eyes."
After this activity we will ask you why we did this activity.
We will be placing the numbers 1 through 10 all over the classroom.
We will say for example, "I like dogs."
You will rate if you really like the topic or you really dislike it.
After we finish the activity, we will ask you what you noticed about the activity.
Then we will tell you why we did it.
Me And We, We Are Similar And Different
The quote means that one day everyone will not judge people based on their color, disability, appearance, size, social class etc. Everyone will work together to end discrimination and will all be treated as equals.
What does equality really mean?
We will be giving you another flashcard and will be asking you the same question.
You can either respond just like your first response or you can respond differently since you have a different point view from doing all of these activities.