ethnic studies resources

Ethnic Studies Curriculum Resources

Resources to Support the New Ethnic Studies Courses and Curriculum

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The new ethnic curriculum courses are an exciting way to make sure all students have a greater understanding and appreciation for the strong heritage of America's important cultures and contributors. Infobase has an array of products that support all new ethnic studies—contact us today for special packages to suit your institution’s specific needs.
Get a head start in planning your institution’s courses with Infobase’s unbiased and authoritative resources! Benefits include:

  • Special pricing that allows districts to customize packages to suit their needs; pricing is determined per campus so all students can utilize the same resources for one fixed price
  • Excellent support and personalized training
  • Rich content on African-American, Asian-American, Hispanic–American, Jewish-American, Muslim-American, and Native American studies and more
  • Products that create a solid foundation of the historical, social, economic, and political interactions of key cultures within the broader context of United States history
  • Expertly researched, unbiased, trustworthy content
  • A variety of rich primary and secondary source material
  • Assets and tools to help encourage critical-thinking skills
  • Easy integration into any learning management system for seamless use in lessons 
  • Use in virtual, in-person, or hybrid courses

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African-American History

Covering more than 500 years of the African-American experience, African-American History offers a fresh way to explore the full spectrum of African-American history and culture. Highlights:

  • Comprehensive Coverage: students can delve deep into their topics or examine different perspectives through event and topic entries, primary sources, images, videos, general and topic-specific timelines, biographies, original maps and charts, and more.
  • Editorially Curated Topic Centers: specially selected content that provides a study guide for a particular subject or era.
Subjects covered include:
    • Abolitionist Movement
    • Underground Railroad
    • Emancipation Proclamation
    • Great Black Migrations
    • Harlem Renaissance
    • Civil Rights Act of 1964
    • African-American Heritage
    • Black Contributions to America
    • Landmark Court Cases
Eras covered include:
    • Africa, Colonization, and the Slave Trade: Beginnings–1819
    • Compromise and Conflict over Slavery: 1820–1860
    • The Civil War and Reconstruction: 1861–1876
    • Segregation, Migration and the Beginnings of Protest: 1877–1928
    • The Great Depression and the New Deal: 1929–1940
    • World War II and the Start of Desegregation: 1941–1954
    • Civil Rights Protest and Progress: 1955–1971
    • Expansion of Opportunities: 1972–Present.
  • Primary Sources, many with introductions that provide context and background—perfect for strengthening critical-thinking skills.
  • Pro/Con Articles: Editorially selected pro/con articles on many high-interest controversies in history, enabling researchers to grasp the essence and importance of every conflict and the reasons Americans debated them.
  • and more
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American History

American History is a comprehensive resource that spans our nation’s history, with a user-friendly interface and award-winning content—a virtual library of American history for educators, students, and researchers. Multicultural content highlights include:

  • Editorially Curated Topic Center on Latino-American History: specially selected content that provides a study guide for Latino-American Studies.
  • Primary Sources, many with introductions that provide context and background—perfect for strengthening critical-thinking skills—including: Border Protection, Antiterrorism, and Illegal Immigration Control Act "Resolution to Establish Comisión Femenil Mexicana Nacional, Inc." The True History of the Conquest of Mexico (excerpt) Testimony before the Committee on Immigration and Naturalization on Restrictions against Mexican Immigration (excerpt)
  • Themes in U.S. History: Especially helpful for students in honors-level and AP-level U.S. history courses, this section explores 26 major themes in American history century by century, including: African Americans Population Trends and Migration Race Relations Rights and Liberties Sectionalism and Regionalism
  • Searchable Timelines on Latino-American History, Slavery, Civil Rights, Civil War, U.S.-Mexican War, Immigration, and more
Plus, the full texts of these authoritative volumes:
  • Mexicanos: A History of Mexicans in the United States
  • Latino-American History set
  • How Race Is Made in America: Immigration, Citizenship, and the Historical Power of Racial Scripts
  • Sports and the Racial Divide
  • Biographical Dictionary of African Americans
  • Encyclopedia of African-American Heritage
  • Hispanic-American Members of Congress in the Civil Rights Era, 1945–1977
  • The Hispanic Americans
  • The Ethnic and Group Identity Movements
  • and many others
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The World Almanac® for Kids

This award-winning product provides accessible content for ethnic studies and also spans a variety of subjects, making it useful for your entire school. Each of the topic areas provides resources for in-class or at-home projects, homework, reports, and much more. Look for:

  • Latino-American History in the U.S.: Era-focused sections covering the story of native and Latino contributions to the United States, particularly in regions such as the Southwest, Florida, Texas, and California. Includes timelines, glossaries, full-color images and maps, Fun Facts articles, videos, and bullet biographies of key people in Latin-American history.
  • Primary U.S. Sources: A collection of founding documents, historic letters and proclamations, famous speeches, Supreme Court cases, and songs and sayings that have shaped American history, with related Fun Facts articles, videos, and links to bullet biographies—a great resource for researchers or students who are required to use primary source documents in support of their studies.
  • Multicultural Biographies: Highlights notable Black Americans, Asian Americans, and Hispanic Americans.

Plus, Homework Help tools and more, including study tips; writing help; reference guides on using a dictionary, thesaurus, timeline, and map; research help; interactive quizzes; puzzles; games; and more.

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Classroom Video On Demand

Texas schools, now you can add the ultimate package of secondary- and AP-level content to your Learn360 subscription! This award-winning collection includes an abundance of higher level ethnic studies titles, along with content on all subjects to support your whole school.

  • Vetted, safe, ad-free content from the best producers
  • Quiz Tool increases engagement and assesses progress
  • Correlated to TEKS and other standards
Here is a selection of content supporting the ethnic courses for middle and high school grade levels.
  • Clementine Hunter's World
  • TEDTalks: Alicia Garza, Patrisse Cullors, and Opal Tometi: An Interview with the Founders of Black Lives Matter
  • For My People: The Life and Writing of Margaret Walker
  • The Civil Rights Movement
  • From The Library of Black History: The Longest Struggle
  • Soundtrack for a Revolution: Freedom Songs from the Civil Rights Era
  • Jovita Idar: Voice of the People
  • 15: A Quinceañera Story series
  • The Blending of Culture: Latino Influence on America
  • What Is an American? The American Future
  • Counter Histories: Rock Hill
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