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Black History by A to Z Teacher Stuff
Multiple lesson plans on multiple themes related to African American History full record
Teaching with Historic Places: African American History by National Register of Historic Places
Lesson plans using historic places from African-American history. full record
Teaching with Historic Places: Civil War by National Register of Historic Places
Lesson plans using historic places from the Civil War. full record
Born in Slavery: Slave Narratives from the Federal Writers' Project, 1936-1938 by Library of Congress
Born in Slavery: Slave Narratives from the Federal Writers' Project, 1936-1938 contains more than 2,300 first-person accounts of slavery and 500 ... full record
Civil Rights in Mississippi by University of Southern Mississippi
Digital archive related to the civil rights movement in Mississippi. full record
Ellin (Joseph and Nancy) Freedom Summer Collection by University of Southern Mississippi
Primary sources relating to Freedom Summer in Mississippi. full record
Beyond Face Value: Depictions of Slavery in Confederate Currency by US Civil War Center
Many Southern notes did not feature images of slavery; this exhibit focuses on the ones that did. This collection features notes issued and circulated in the ... full record
Notes on Why the Reconstruction Period Failed to Improve the Lives of Black Americans by Oakham School, Oakham, England
Failure of reconstruction note headings.doc — Microsoft Word Document, 59Kb Handout on the failings of Reconstruction to improve the lives of black Americans. full record
Freedom Summer 1964: Florida and Mississippi by Oakham School, Oakham, England
1964 Freedom Summer.doc — Microsoft Word Document, 53Kb Notes on Freedom Summer in 1964. 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
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
"Been Here So Long": Selections from the WPA American Slave Narratives by New Deal Network
Here are seventeen of the approximately 2,300 American Slave Narratives collected by the Federal Writers Project. Students should be encouraged to consider the ... full record
Notes on Why the Reconstruction Period Failed to Improve the Lives of Black Americans by Oakham School, Oakham, England
Failure of reconstruction note headings.doc — Microsoft Word Document, 59Kb Handout on the failings of Reconstruction to improve the lives of black Americans. 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
'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