For the final project for this course, students will share what they have learned with the rest of the school community through a Latinx History Museum Exhibit. Students will choose from the five units we studied, with a small group of students curating each section of the exhibition, related to each of the five units. Within each group, students will work together to frame a collective question for their audience, one that is connected to at least one set of dominant and counter narratives. Students will select and display primary and secondary sources that help to answer the question they pose, and which expose the dominant and counter narratives that form the unit’s foundation. Also, each individual student will focus on a specific component within the unit and within their exhibit, if possible, uncovering content we did not have a chance to cover during the year. The research and preparation for this exhibit will take several classes, and the installation will take at least one class. Finally, students will serve as the docents while other students, staff, and community members tour the museum.