Groups -- including the Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History and the California Indian History Curriculum Coalition -- are working to show teachers how to bring forth the voices of groups who were silenced or are missing from history lessons. The groups are holding summer workshops to expose teachers to varied primary sources and offer tools for including narratives including the histories of African Americans and Native Americans.
Groups seek diversity of voices in history class
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