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- Web guide to the history of the civil rights movement and issues in America.
A. Philip Randolph Pullman Porter Museum
- Did you know...A. Philip Randolph first planned a March on Washington in 1941 to protest against governmental hiring practices that excluded African Americans from federal employment and federal contracts?
American Women in the Civil Rights Movement
- A course by the Yale-New Haven Teachers Institute featuring six women in the Civil Rights Movement based on the literature of Eloise Greenfield.
Black Women Under-Credited in Civil Rights Movement
- Describes the low recognition given Black women in the Civil Rights Movement while expressing desire for a greater consciousness of their contributions.
Civil Rights Events, Strategies, and Forces
- Captures several milestones, personalities, and influences that helped civil rights in America.
Civil Rights Movement History Lesson
- A web-based study lesson on this crucial movement in U.S. History.
Civil Rights Oral History
- A bibliography of interviews about the civil rights movement in Mississippi.
Civil Rights Rulings Reinforced by the Principles of State Rights
- Uses several legal cases to argue that a common thread exists between civil and state rights.
Civil Rights: A Status Report
- Discusses the relevancy of the movement, and its effect on the population.
Exploration of Civil Rights Timeline
- A lesson aimed at exploring the Civil Rights Movement in America and includes activities/discussion items.
Greensboro Sit Ins: Launch of a Civil Rights Movement
- A multimedia site presented by the Depot, the News and Record, and the Greensboro Public Library.
Greensboro, North Carolina Sit-Ins
- The Greensboro News & Record and Public Library chronicle the 1960 sit-in movement with a timeline, photos, and voices of the participants.
Harry T. Moore Homesite
- Commemorate the lives of two pioneering American black civil rights workers, who were killed when a bomb exploded under their bedroom on Christmas evening, 1951.
Historic Places in the Civil Rights Movements
- The National Parks Services' story of the Civil Rights Movement centered around places listed in the National Register of Historic Places.
History Lesson on Rosa Parks
- Web-based lesson, with quiz, on the Civil Rights Pioneer.
Intellectuals and the Civil Rights Movement
- Publisher's comments on Carol Polsgrove's book, Divided Minds: Intellectuals and the Civil Rights Movement.
Jesse Jackson's Address to the 1984 Democratic National Convention
- A milestone in the struggles for civil rights and justice, includes text, real audio, and MP3 formats.
Jesse Jackson's Moral Campaign Damaged as Out-of-Wedlock Disclosure Arms Antagonists
- A critical essay on the moral crisis for Jesse Jackson, an enduring voice of the Civil Rights Movement.
Little Rock Central High 40th Anniversary
- Background and history of events during the integration of Central High in 1957. Photos, articles, and news releases are published. Museum and visitor's center information is provided.
Men and Women in Struggle
- In memory of the men and women who helped in the struggle to achieve mankind's greatest victories.
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