1680 Resistance Pueblo Revolt Case Study Native Resistance This case study examines the theme of resistance in Native American history and culture across time and place. 1739 Resistance Stono Rebellion Case Study Fighting For Freedom This case study looks at resistance in the context of slavery and through the contrasting examples of the Stono Rebellion of 1739 and the life of Free Frank McWhorter in the 19th century. 1846 Borderlands Mexican-American War Case Study Borders with the World This case study focuses on the creation of our southern border and connects students with the experiences of people who were living in the borderland region before, during, and after the Mexican-American War. 1868 Borderlands Treaty of Fort Laramie Case Study Borders within the United States This case study examines Indian boarding schools as cultural borderlands that tens of thousands of Native youth were forced to occupy. 1882 Policy Chinese Exclusion Act Case Study Us vs. Them This case study will establish what “exclusion” in immigration law looked like, particularly in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. 1925 Borderlands Chicago School of Sociology Case Study Borders and Community This case study explores Chicago during the late 1800s and early to mid-1900s, focusing on how diverse people create and re-create community. 1942 Belonging Executive Order 9066 Case Study Racism and Removal This case study looks at how American attitudes about belonging were influenced by the forces of fear and anger during World War II. 1954 Education Brown v. Board of Education Case Study Separate is Not Equal This case study provides historical context for gaining a deeper understanding of segregation and integration in American history. 1965 Policy Hart–Celler Act Case Study A New America This case study focuses on the Immigration and Nationality Act of 1965, also known as the Hart-Celler Act. 1974 Education Boston Busing Crisis Case Study Resistance to School Desegregation This case study explores the resistance faced as public schools across the nation were desegregated. 2000 Resistance March for Dignity Case Study Strength in Solidarity This case study explores the concept of resistance with a contemporary example of migrant farm workers organizing for better wages and conditions. 2001 Belonging September 11th Case Study Targeted at Home This case study focuses on the tension Muslim Americans live with in the contemporary post-9/11 United States. 2012 Policy Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals Case Study A Dream Deferred This case study examines the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) policy, introduced as an executive action by President Barack Obama in 2012.