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Examination Days: The New York African Free School Collection by New York Historical Society
Digital archive of resources from the New York African Free School. full record
Reconstruction, 1863-1877 by Education for Liberation Network
J M Murrin, Liberty, Equality and Power, chapter 17, Reconst.pdf — PDF document, 635Kb Article on Reconstruction. full record
Two Separatists Compared: Marcus Garvey and Malcolm X by Oakham School, Oakham, England
Garvey and X.doc — Microsoft Word Document, 55Kb Handout comparing Marcus Garvey and Malcolm X. full record
Ku Klux Klan Activity from Harper's Weekly by Oakham School, Oakham, England
klan activity.doc — Microsoft Word Document, 136Kb kkk act.doc — Microsoft Word Document, 38Kb klan instructions.doc — Microsoft Word Document, 37Kb An activity about the Ku Klux Klan from Harper's Weekly, includes instructions, primary documents, and the text of the Third Enforcement Act - Ku Klux Klan Act ... full record
The Ku Klux Klan by Oakham School, Oakham, England
klan.doc — Microsoft Word Document, 126Kb Handout on the history and philosophy of the Ku Klux Klan. full record
Plessy v. Ferguson (1896) by Oakham School, Oakham, England
plessy court interpretations exercise.doc — Microsoft Word Document, 31Kb plessy court diagram.doc — Microsoft Word Document, 31Kb plessy visual.doc — Microsoft Word Document, 73Kb Handout on the Plessy v Ferguson decision and its relation to the Constitution. Discussion questions are included. Also includes visual aid and diagram of the ... full record
Plessy v. Ferguson Court Diagram by Oakham School, Oakham, England
plessy court diagram.doc — Microsoft Word Document, 31Kb Diagram of how the Plessy v. Ferguson case moved through the court system. full record
Plessy v. Ferguson Cartoon by Oakham School, Oakham, England
plessy visual.doc — Microsoft Word Document, 73Kb Cartoon drawing depicting Plessy v. Ferguson. full record
African Americans in World War I by Oakham School, Oakham, England
world war i.doc — Microsoft Word Document, 182Kb Handout on African American life during World War I. full record
The Third Enforcement Act: The Ku Klux Klan Act of 1871 - Summary by Oakham School, Oakham, England
kkk act.doc — Microsoft Word Document, 38Kb Handout that summarizes the text of the Ku Klux Klan Act. full record
Instructions for KKK Activity by Oakham School, Oakham, England
klan instructions.doc — Microsoft Word Document, 37Kb Instructions for an activity designed to teach about the Ku Klux Klan using Harper's Weekly newspaper accounts. full record
The Ordeal of Reconstruction 1865-1877 by Oakham School, Oakham, England
plessy 2.doc — Microsoft Word Document, 31Kb Power Point presentation on Reconstruction. full record
Booker T. Washington and W.E.B. Du Bois by Oakham School, Oakham, England
Washington and Du Bois.doc — Microsoft Word Document, 55Kb Washington and DuBois Activity.doc — Microsoft Word Document, 67Kb Handout and activity comparing Washington and Du Bois. full record
Café Africana by Café Africana
Meeting place for African arts and more. full record
Two Separatists Compared: Marcus Garvey and Malcolm X by Oakham School, Oakham, England
Garvey and X.doc — Microsoft Word Document, 55Kb Handout comparing Marcus Garvey and Malcolm X. full record
Reconstruction, 1863-1877 by Oakham School, Oakham, England
J M Murrin, Liberty, Equality and Power, chapter 17, Reconst.pdf — PDF document, 635Kb Article on Reconstruction. full record
Third Enforcement Act: The Ku Klux Klan Act of 1871 - Summary by Oakham School, Oakham, England
kkk act.doc — Microsoft Word Document, 38Kb Handout that summarizes the text of the Ku Klux Klan Act. full record
Ku Klux Klan Activity from Harper's Weekly by Oakham School, Oakham, England
klan activity.doc — Microsoft Word Document, 136Kb A collection of text and some pictures from Harper's Weekly relating to Ku Klux Klan activity. 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
Teaching the Levees by Teachers College, Columbia University
This curriculum, created by educators from Teachers College, Columbia University, takes Spike Lee’s When the Levees Broke, as both impetus, touchstone and text ... full record
Time for Sight: The Debate over Color Blindness and Race-Consciousness in School Integration Policy by Anti-Defamation League
This secondary level lesson plan explores the 2007 Supreme Court decision on voluntary school integration plans within the broader context of the Brown v. ... full record
First Amendment in Public Schools by Anti-Defamation League
Four lessons for high school students about the First Amendment as it relates to students’ rights. Includes lessons on the freedoms of religion, speech, the ... 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
Connecting the Dots: Racism, Activism & Creating a Life by RaceBridges for Schools
African American Storyteller Michael McCarty tells his true story Connecting the Dots: Racism, Activism & Creating a Life. Racism in Chicago ... the Black ... 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
Fences by Austin Social Justice Teacher Inquiry Group
Fences.doc — Microsoft Word Document, 44Kb This is an outline of an approach to teaching Fences by August Wilson. Teachers will see the kinds of questions and inquiry that lead students to think about ... full record