New Curricular Resource: Listening Guide for the 1619 Podcast

Posted by Pulitzer Center on July 6, 2021

Hear The 1619 Project come alive with episodes of 1619, a podcast exploring the legacy of slavery in U.S. systems and society. Connect your students with the past and present through multimedia storytelling using our new curricular resource: a listening guide for all five podcast episodes.

This listening guide will provide students with the tools needed to listen, analyze, and respond to episodes covering the systemic inequities of the U.S. healthcare system; the history of Black land ownership; the artistic genius of Black American music; and more. This lesson includes time-stamped sections, guiding questions, and extension activities for each episode. Students will be able to engage meaningfully with The 1619 Project and consider how they can utilize podcasts and other media to tell their own stories.

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