Polarizing Columbus: 5 Resources For Objectively Teaching Columbus Day

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Polarizing Christopher Columbus by Dawn Casey-Rowe, Social Studies Teacher & Learnist Evangelist Columbus Day is serious business in my area, both in my role a history teacher, and in the geographic region in which I…

Susan Grigsby‘s insight:

I like this article and the idea that history is not black-and-white as many of us were taught when we were in school but rather many, many shades of gray. I like the idea of presenting a more balanced picture of how the world was altered by Christopher Columbus – not to villify but to examine. Enjoy!

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