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Lynchings in America by CourtTV
CourtTV article on lynchings in America with bibliography. full record
How Did Black Women in the NAACP Promote the Dyer Anti-Lynching Bill, 1918-1923? by Binghamton University
These documents trace the origins of the Anti-Lynching Crusaders and the intensive political activism of these women. Questions and other classroom uses ... full record
The Negro Holocaust: Lynching and Race Riots in the United States, 1880-1950 by Yale-New Haven Teachers Institute
Narrative content, sample lesson plans, and a bibliography. full record
Lynching in the American South by Educator's Reference Desk
Lesson plan using music and video. full record
Without Sanctuary: Photographs and Postcards of Lynching in America
Searching through America's past for the last 25 years, collector James Allen uncovered an extraordinary visual legacy: photographs and postcards taken as ... full record
Duluth Lynchings Online Resource by Minnesota Historical Society
Timeline, oral histories, people, glossary, and other resources related to this event. full record
White Supremacy by Oakham School, Oakham, England
White Supremacy.doc — Microsoft Word Document, 23Kb Speech and writing exercise on white supremacy and the Ku Klux Klan. full record
Revealing Racist Roots: The 3 R's for Teaching about the Jena 6 by Teacher Activist Groups
Revealing Racist Roots.pdf — PDF document, 961Kb The Jena 6 is much bigger than the spirit of Jim Crow being found alive and well in the South. The Jena 6 crystallizes the police violence, discrimination, and ... full record
The People v. Leo Frank Teacher’s Guide by Anti-Defamation League
The People v Leo Frank, a documentary written and directed by Ben Loeterman, brings to life one of the most fascinating criminal cases in American history: the ... full record
Visual & Cultural Backgrounds through the Art of Robert Grober by Teachers for Social Justice
K-Moncton_TSJ_Lesson.pdf — PDF document, 102Kb The contemporary artist Robert Gober gives a new, subversive meaning to wallpaper, juxtaposing the image of a black man being lynched next to the image of ... 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