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  • Social Studies
  • MS, HS
This lesson uses primary sources and stories of participants in the civil rights movement to introduce students to the concept of non-violence...
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  • Social Studies
  • High School
Lesson resources to examine different approaches taken within the AA community to their own position and how to improve it. Can be used to...
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Verizon Provided Text: "Make History by Celebrating History" is a series of five catagories of short biographies of blacks involved in education,...
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  • Social Studies
  • High School
This lesson is meant to integrate a Black History Month lesson with a unit on World War II. The opening class discussion gets students thinking about...
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  • Social Studies
  • High School
This January, 1956, New York Times special report details the impact of the successful bus boycott on the city's economy. Directions: Use the...
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  • Social Studies
  • High School
People Power is a multi-media resource that fosters student exploration of how engaged citizens change the world. All six sections are common-core...
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  • Social Studies
  • MS, HS
By the 1960s, the Civil Rights movement was growing in the U.S. Leaders such as Martin Luther King Jr. employed non-violent methods of protesting. On...
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  • Social Studies
  • MS, HS
Here are three great resources designed to support the study of the March on Washington: 1.The March on Washington Quick Guide 2.The Interactive...
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  • Social Studies
  • MS, HS
Why does the March on Washington continue to teach us such enduring lessons about discrimination and its consequences? In this lesson, students...
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  • Social Studies
  • High School
Original resource! A handout containing several MLK speeches, including the Memphis Sanitation Workers Strike, as well as a series of quotes about...