Source: Left image - Police use dogs to attack a civil rights demonstrator during a march in Birmingham, Alabama, on May 3, 1963. Encyclopædia Britannica (2019). Right image - People tend to antiapartheid protesters who were injured by police in Sharpeville, South Africa, on March 21, 1960. Encyclopædia Britannica (2019).
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Provides additional background information and further reading. Introduces some subject-specific language.
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Students will understand how oppressions is formed through the means of government/social convention. Students will also understand how leaders, ideas, movements and events can transform a country from one of oppression into one of greater liberty and justice.
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Victorian Certification of Education, History, Study Design 2016-2020 (Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Authority, 2015, p. 28-29.)