8.27 Use the five themes of geography (location, place, movement, human-environmental interaction, and region) to describe a specific Sovereign Tribal Nation or Indigenous peoples group of North America.
8.91 Demonstrate why different people may have different perspectives of the same historical event and why multiple interpretations should be considered to avoid historical linearity and inevitability.
8.94 Explore and demonstrate the contemporary and current significance of Juneteenth.
8.95 Assess how social policies and economic forces offer privilege or systemic inequity in accessing social, political, and economic opportunity for identity groups in education, government, healthcare, industry, and law enforcement.
22 Community Equity Building
8.96 Investigate how identity groups and society address systemic inequity through individual actions, individual champions, social movements, and local community, national, and global advocacy.
Theme 10 Immigration and Industrialization
4 Roles and Responsibilities of a Civic Life
8.97 Investigate the causes and effects of diverse ideologies on politics, society, and culture that are associated with immigration and migration.