Welcome to the resource web site for the “Visions of Liberty and Equality” Program, a federally funded Teaching American History Program in Westfield, MA. This site takes an inside look at the transformative learning that took place throughout the program and provides an extensive collection of resources to benefit all educators.
Who this site is for
Any educator seeking American History content on the topics of slavery, black history, women’s rights, women’s history, and immigration.
What information is on this site
- Resources related to the program’s themes (slavery, women, immigration)
- Website Links
- Lesson Plans and Classroom Activities
- Book Recommendations
- Teacher Created Content
- Resources to help teachers engage their students in the study of American History and to integrate it into other subject areas.
- Educational materials provided by the “Visions of Liberty and Equality” Teaching American History Program
How this site is organized
Content is organized around the program’s seminars, trips, book groups, and the resources used to extend the content into the classroom. Sections are further broken down by each year’s focus: slavery, women, and immigration.