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In the Footsteps of Others: Process Drama – w/ Lindsay Randall: Students learning about slavery often ask, “Why didn’t enslaved people just run away or revolt?” Lindsay Anne Randall offers a lesson in “Process Drama”—a method teachers can use to answer this question, build empathy and offer...

In the Footsteps of Others: Process Drama – w/ Lindsay Randall: Students learning about slavery often ask, “Why didn’t enslaved people just run away or revolt?” Lindsay Anne Randall offers a lesson in “Process Drama”—a method teachers can use to answer this question, build empathy and offer...

FromTeaching Hard History: American Slavery


In the Footsteps of Others: Process Drama – w/ Lindsay Randall: Students learning about slavery often ask, “Why didn’t enslaved people just run away or revolt?” Lindsay Anne Randall offers a lesson in “Process Drama”—a method teachers can use to answer this question, build empathy and offer...

FromTeaching Hard History: American Slavery

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Length:
42 minutes
Released:
Feb 15, 2018
Format:
Podcast Episode

Description

Students learning about slavery often ask, “Why didn’t enslaved people just run away or revolt?” Lindsay Anne Randall offers a lesson in “Process Drama”—a method teachers can use to answer this question, build empathy and offer perspective. With host Hasan Kwame Jeffries. (Teaching Tolerance / Southern Poverty Law Center)
Released:
Feb 15, 2018
Format:
Podcast Episode