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Welcome to the By Teachers for Teachers page, where you will find innovative lesson plans and links to multimedia resources for your classroom!

Please be sure to visit our Teacher's Idea Bank to view links to free lesson plans that focus on slavery, African American history and culture, African history and culture, and cultural diversity.



Priscilla's Homecoming: Teachers' Resources

Mrs. Thomalind Martin Polite, an African American woman from Charleston, South Carolina, recently embarked upon an extraordinary and historic journey to the West African nation of Sierra Leone. What made this journey so extraordinary is that Thomalind is known to be a direct descendant of a 10 year old girl who was kidnapped from Africa in 1756, placed aboard the slave ship Hare in Sierra Leone bound for Charleston, and sold in the Charleston market to rice planter Elias Ball.

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Priscilla's Homecoming: Teachers' Resources

Mrs. Thomalind Martin Polite, an African American woman from Charleston, South Carolina, recently embarked upon an extraordinary and historic journey to the West African nation of Sierra Leone. What made this journey so extraordinary is that Thomalind is known to be a direct descendant of a 10 year old girl who was kidnapped from Africa in 1756, placed aboard the slave ship Hare in Sierra Leone bound for Charleston, and sold in the Charleston market to rice planter Elias Ball.

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