High School Modules
Leaving a Lasting Legacy: Unveiling the Traditions, Skills and Knowledge Passed Down Through Generations of Horsemen and Women
Created by Logan Layne
In this module, we will discover the legacies left by past equine horsemen and women. We will also learn the importance of skills and knowledge that have been carried on by recent horsemen and women.
Created by Lorrie Fraley
This module explores and proves the damage of slavery and racism on American society, politics and economic freedom through Inquiry Based Learning, Historical Thinking Analysis, and Project Based Learning.
Created by Jaronda McPherson
Understanding the importance of historical documents, students will analyze the personal narratives of African Americans in the horse industry. Then the students will create a new historical archive by interviewing someone they feel has made a significant impact in society including, but not limited to, a relative or a community member.
Created by Bettymarie McClanahan
This multi-curricular, co-curricular and extra curricular educational module provides an in-depth unit of study or a range of stand-alone lessons that revere the African American jockeys who shouldered, championed, reigned and ruled the Kentucky Derby. It also provides extensions that encourage African American youth to rightfully reacquire and rule the reins once more.