1Bhopal, Raj. “The beautiful skull and Blumenbach's errors: the birth of the scientific concept of race.” BMJ (Clinical research ed.) vol. 335,7633 (2007): 1308-9. doi:10.1136/bmj.39413.463958.80 (This is a very good article to modify and use in the classroom)
3Coates, Rodney D. “Law and the Cultural Production of Race and Racialized Systems of Oppression: Early American Court Cases.” American Behavioral Scientist, vol. 47, no. 3, Nov. 2003, pp. 329–351, doi:10.1177/0002764203256190.
4Boudett, Kathryn Parker., Elizabeth A. City, and Richard J. Murnane. Data Wise: A Step-by-step Guide to Using Assessment Results to Improve Teaching and Learning. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard Education Press, 2005.
5http://chnm.gmu.edu/courses/ncc375/rp/rp2.html (Here you can find a Signiant amount of resources of Thind and Ozawa and their cases)
6https://www.pbs.org/race/000_About/002_04-about-03.htm (this is a short documentary that you can use to have the kids further understand the cases)
7https://sharetngov.tnsosfiles.com/tsla/exhibits/blackhistory/pdfs/Miscegenation%20laws.pdf ( I found this site to be incredibly useful in terms of content that can be easily dispersed in the classroom)
8 https://dp.la/primary-source-sets/eugenics-movement-in-the-united-states (This website offers a plethora of primary source documents and recordings to use in the classroom for the Eugenics movement)
9https://sharetngov.tnsosfiles.com/tsla/exhibits/blackhistory/pdfs/Miscegenation%20laws.pdf (link to the 1963 Article)
10https://depts.washington.edu/depress/filipino_anti_miscegenation.shtml (link to more information)