Teens clash with Native American elder
A crowd of teenagers surrounded a Native American elder and other activists after last week’s Indigenous Peoples March at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington. A video showed a group of high school students wearing “Make America Great Again” hats surrounding Nathan Phillips, 65, who was chanting and beating a drum. "I was scared,” Phillips said. He said he was trying to defuse a confrontation between students and another group. The students denied taunting Philips.
Class discussion: Monday was Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Has the United States grown more or less divided over race since the Civil Rights Movement of the 1960s? How are political and religious leaders discouraging or encouraging divisions in our country? What effect has the Internet had on national divisions over race and immigration? Have you ever “gone along” with a crowd to do something that you later regretted?
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