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PBS NewsHour Extra: After helping Pilgrims, today’s Wampanoag tribe fight to preserve their heritage

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PBS NewsHour Extra: After helping Pilgrims, today’s Wampanoag tribe fight to preserve their heritage

We’ve teamed up with PBS NewsHour Extra to bring you free, ready-to-teach lessons on the events affecting our world today. Each week, you’ll find a Deck made for middle school and high school learners on a current-events topic, complete with thought-provoking interactive questions and embedded videos from reliable sources.

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Students will learn about today’s Wampanoag People, the Native American tribe who interacted with the Pilgrims at Plymouth nearly 400 years ago. Students will also examine current issues in which Wampanoag tribes continue to fight for their ancestral homelands and discuss the meaning of the Thanksgiving holiday.

Source: PBS NewsHour Extra