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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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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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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
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Read four historical newspaper articles on the 1961 Freedom Rides, then apply the Reporter's Questions (5Ws and H) to analyze the Riders' tactics and...
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A Time for Justice is a time for change in America. How has civil rights changed since 1955. In honor of the movie "Selma" study the effects of the...
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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
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Research Project on famous African-American leaders, scholars, scientists, etc.
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About This Lesson With an emphasis on the period of Clayton Township's existence, 1858 to 1887, this microregional study explores the history of...
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Enhance your US History/African-American Studies class plans with this study guide for Season 2 of the acclaimed WGN America Original Series...