How to See Inequality: A Lesson Spatial Thinking

You ask different questions of your sources when you start mapping them. New understanding comes to the surface when you see the spatial relationships between social phenomena. We exist in place, and our experience — historically and contemporary are inextricably tied to questions of where. Yet, this spatial question often gets ignored. We designed this lesson to push students to ask spatial questions.

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