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The Stormy Sixties 1960-1968 by Oakham School, Oakham, England
41_Stormy Sixties.doc — Microsoft Word Document, 39Kb Textbook notes on the 1960's. From the website: http://www.course-notes.org/chptoutlines/apusnotes/ full record
1964 Mississippi Freedom School Curriculum by San Francisco Freedom School
In the summer of 1964, over forty Freedom Schools opened in Mississippi. These schools were part of Freedom Summer, a project of the Southern Civil Rights ... full record
Martin Luther King, Jr. by A to Z Teacher Stuff
Multiple lesson plans on Martin Luther King, Jr. For one of the lessons, you need your own copy of his "I Have a Dream" speech full record
I Have a Dream Speech by Oakham School, Oakham, England
I have a dream full sound file.mp3 — MP3 audio, 2854Kb MP3 audio file of Martin Luther King's "I Have a Dream" Speech. full record
Martin Luther King, Jr.'s "I Have a Dream" Speech by Oakham School, Oakham, England
I have a dream fulll text.doc — Microsoft Word Document, 48Kb Full text of Martin Luther King, Jr.'s "I Have a Dream" speech. full record
Civil Rights (1): Before the Civil War by Oakham School, Oakham, England
Civil Rights Hand-Out 1.doc — Microsoft Word Document, 50Kb Outline with notes on American history before the Civil War. full record
Civil Rights (2): The American Civil War by Oakham School, Oakham, England
Civil Rights Hand-Out 2.doc — Microsoft Word Document, 53Kb Outline with notes on American history during the Civil War. full record
Civil Rights (3): Federal Reconstruction by Oakham School, Oakham, England
Civil Rights Hand-Out 3.doc — Microsoft Word Document, 65Kb Outline with notes on American history during Reconstruction after the Civil War. full record
Civil Rights (4): Black Reconstruction and White Opposition (Pupil Fill-In) by Oakham School, Oakham, England
Civil Rights Hand-Out 4 pupil fill in.doc — Microsoft Word Document, 55Kb Student fill-in worksheet on American history during Reconstruction after the Civil War. full record
Civil Rights (4): Black Reconstruction and White Opposition by Oakham School, Oakham, England
Civil Rights Hand-Out 4.doc — Microsoft Word Document, 55Kb Outline with notes on American history during Reconstruction after the Civil War. full record
Nullification Crisis by Oakham School, Oakham, England
Nullification Crisis.doc — Microsoft Word Document, 33Kb Outline with notes on American history during the nullification crisis. full record
Civil Rights Hand-Out (5): The End of Reconstruction and Jim Crow by Oakham School, Oakham, England
Civil Rights Hand-Out 5.doc — Microsoft Word Document, 54Kb Handout on the end of Reconstruction and Jim Crow. full record
Liberation Curriculum by Martin Luther King, Jr., Research and Education Initiative
Lesson plans, primary resources and articles based on the Martin Luther King archives at Stanford University. full record
Movement Building by The Brotherhood/Sister Sol
The 1960s and ‘70s was a time of mass grassroots activism on issues ranging from civil rights, to women’s equality, to the rights of laborers. The visible ... full record
Looking Back Reaching Forward: Exploring the Promise ofBrown v. Board of Education 50 Years Later by Anti-Defamation League
Six secondary level lesson plans that commemorate Brown, explore the history of school desegregation in the U.S. and examine current patterns of resegregation ... full record
Life and Achievements of Rosa Parks by Anti-Defamation League
A commemoration of the life of Rosa Parks that includes a brief biography of her life, a lesson plan for grades 6 and up, a list of resources for teachers and ... full record
Shirley Chisholm: Unbought, Unbossed, and Unforgotten by Anti-Defamation League
This lesson plan for middle and high school explores the life, career and ideas of Shirley Chisholm, the first black woman elected to Congress who was a leader ... full record
Resources to teach about Martin Luther King's last campaign and legacy by Martin Luther King, Jr. Research and Education Institute
I'veBeentotheMountaintopV2.pdf — PDF document, 92Kb KingAssassination_SuggestedResources.pdf — PDF document, 27Kb Attached is a lesson plan on 'I've Been to the Mountaintop', Dr Martin Luther King's last speech the night before he died in Memphis. This can be taught whole ... full record
Human Rights: By Any Means Necessary by Martin Luther King, Jr. Research and Education Institute
This series of lessons help to broaden the traditional understanding of the civil rights movement from a domestic movement for political rights to a global ... full record
Classroom Resources for Inauguration Day by Teaching Tolerance
In January, 2009, Barack Obama became the first African American to serve as the President of the United States. Teaching Tolerance is pleased to release this ... full record
Youth & the U.S. Justice System by W. Haywood Burns Institute
This 120-page popular education-based history curriculum traces developments in the juvenile justice system from the 1500’s to the policies and practices of ... full record
A Katrina Reader: Readings by & for Anti-Racist Educators and Organizers
A collection of close to 700 articles, reports, and resources, organized thematically, that attempts to document the history of racism and resistance on the ... full record
CIVIO, A Civil Rights Game by Reach And Teach
CIVIO is a strategy card game that explores the relationship of issues, freedoms, laws, and Supreme Court cases that have both strengthened and reduced civil ... full record
Seattle Civil Rights and Labor History Project by University of Washington
This multi-media web site brings the vital history of Seattle's civil rights movements to life with scores of video oral histories, hundreds of rare ... full record
IndyKids, January 2010 issue by IndyKids
indykids_iss23.pdf — PDF document, 4314Kb TeachersGuide-23.doc — Microsoft Word Document, 56Kb In this issue you will find articles about children's rights, child labor on US farms, student protests, Obama's actions in Afghanistan, student arrests on ... full record
Examining Conflict Histories from Multiple Perspectives by Teachers for Social Justice
The content focuses on the conflict surrounding labor unions from the perspectives of: the government, management, pro-union laborers, and anti-union laborers. full record
IndyKids May/June 2010 by IndyKids
indykids_iss25.pdf — PDF document, 2375Kb #25.doc — Microsoft Word Document, 49Kb The May/June 2010 issue includes articles about the Supreme Court, immigrant rights, the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, reading critically this summer, ... full record
IndyKids Jan/Feb 2011 Issue by IndyKids
indykids_iss28.pdf — PDF document, 3154Kb This issue of IndyKids includes stories on protests in Europe to cuts in spending on education and services, the revelations by WikiLeaks, justice for Black ... full record
IndyKids March/April 2011 issue by IndyKids
indykids_iss29.pdf — PDF document, 6440Kb This issue includes kids from Egypt talking about how they took part in their country's revolution, articles about how to cope with the recession, kids in ... full record
'This nonviolent stuff ain't no good. It'll get ya killed.': Teaching about Self-Defense in the African-American Freedom Struggle, in Teaching the Civil Rights Movement eds. Julie Buckner, Houston Roberson, Rhonda Y. Williams, Susan Holt by SUNY Geneseo
This essay discusses the role of armed self-defense in the Civil Rights Movement, the ways it was closely connected to organizing (and not antithetical to ... full record
Remaking History: Barack Obama, Political Cartoons, and the Civil Rights Movement in _Civil Rights History from the Ground Up_ ed. by Emilye Crosby by The Ohio State University
Crosby_ch08-4.pdf — PDF document, 4347Kb This essay offers a compelling analysis of the ways that political cartoons addressing Barack Obama's presidential campaign reflect common distortions of ... full record