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Critical Conversation on Race from the Jefferson County Memorial Project

A committee of local educators created the following lesson plans to be used in classrooms in and around Jefferson County, Alabama to complement the work [More]

High School

History & Social Studies

March on Washington Lesson Plan: Racial Equality-How Far Have We Come and How Far do We Still Need to Go?

Martin Luther King dreamed of an America where people could “not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their [More]

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History & Social Studies

The March on Washington

The 1963 March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom has been commemorated by teachers and students across the country and around the world. Help your [More]

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History & Social Studies

Freedom Rides of 1961-Part 1

  2008 ceremony opening the Freedom Rights exhibit at the Montgomery Greyhound Bus Station sets the stage for how we see the Freedom Rides today.  [More]

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History & Social Studies

Freedom Riders: The Tactic

In this video segment adapted from American Experience: "Freedom Riders," watch interviews and newsreel footage and see archival photos to explore the tactic of nonviolent [More]

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History & Social Studies

Protest and Politics | Essential Lens

This collection from the Essential Lens series captures the tumultuous year 1968 as an unprecedented number of youth-led popular uprisings swept the globe. Protestors raged [More]

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