Mission US: Flight to Freedom

A compelling, first-person way to learn about slavery in the U.S., as well as the lifestyles and politics of the time.
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A compelling, first-person way to learn about slavery in the U.S., as well as the lifestyles and politics of the time.

Title: Mission US: Flight to Freedom
Summary: Gripping, choice-driven story of slave life and resistance

Pros:With comprehensive lessons plans, this game is easy for teachers to use -- and immersive for their students to play.
Cons:Some of the events may be emotionally intense/distressing for some kids.
Bottom Line:A compelling, first-person way to learn about slavery in the U.S., as well as the lifestyles and politics of the time.

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