Civil Rights Timeline Infographic

Civil Rights Timeline Infographic: I would use this pin as a poster in my classroom. I think that it is a great and resource for students to refer to during a civil rights unit. I think it is also a great example of how to design a timeline.

Danny Lyon, from Memories of the Southern Civil Rights Movement - yes, this was normal.

[© Danny Lyon]Segregated drinking fountains in the county courthouse in Albany, Georgia. By Danny Lyon, from Memories of the Southern Civil Rights Movement, courtesy Edwynn Houk Gallery

Civil Rights Movement- This discussion should be brought up, and see where students have background on it then see which opinions back then were just or not

Americans demand racial equality on a civil rights demonstration at a protest to free Wally Nelson who was arrested for being a Conscientious Objector in 1965 [Getty Images]

Until the 1950s, signs like these were common markers of legally enforced laws of racial segregation in America. Racial segregation in the United States as a general term, included physical separation and provision of separate facilities, services, and opportunities such as housing, medical care, education, employment, and transportation along racial lines. Disgusting.

Not Your Grandparent's Brand of Racism

Until the signs like these were common markers of legally enforced laws of racial segregation in America. Racial segregation in the United States as a general term, included physical separation and provision of separate facilities, services, and op

Power and Equality: universal terms that are understood so differently in so many places. How do you define power and equality?

Power and Equality: universal terms that are understood so differently in so many places. How do you define power and equality? art by Shepard Fairey

We Had Faces Then....."I Am A Man" Sanitation Strike, Memphis, Tennessee, 1968

“I Am A Man” Sanitation Strike, Memphis,...

Know your constitutional rights.  And how they can be at risk.

Republicans are not holding up up the or the because of freedom FROM religion. and lack of hate speech laws. And wheres the "well regulated guns laws"?

The Mississippi Civil Rights Workers Murders involved​ the lynching of James Earl Chaney, Andrew Goodman, and Michael “Mickey” Schwerner by white Mississippians during the American Civil Rights Movement.

Mississippi KKK Conspiracy Murders June 21 1964 Victims (top to bottom) James Chaney, Andrew Goodman, Michael Schwerner

Ohhh... :( .... No Dogs-Negroes-Mexicans - Racist Sign from Deep South - National Civil Rights Museum - Downtown Memphis - Tennessee - USA by Adam Jones, Ph.D. - Global Photo Archive, via Flickr

Ohhh... :( .... No Dogs-Negroes-Mexicans - Racist Sign from Deep South - National Civil Rights Museum - Downtown Memphis - Tennessee - USA by Adam Jones, Ph.D. - Global Photo Archive, via Flickr

Art of the Civil Rights Movement - Use Art to Teach History - the Art Curator for Kids

Civil Rights Art

This article includes powerful Civil Rights Movement art to use in history lessons. The information and discussion questions make it easy to integrate art.

Young civil rights marchers with American flags march in Montgomery, 1965. (Stephen Somerstein/New York Historical Society)

These Iconic Photos Of The Selma March Tell A Powerful Story

Young civil rights marchers with American flags march in Montgomery, 1965

On September 15, 1963, four little black girls attending Sunday school at Birmingham’s 16th Street Baptist Church, a central meeting place of the civil rights movement were killed and many others were injured in a racist bombing.  Outrage over the incident and the violent clash between protesters and police that followed helped draw national attention to the hard-fought, often dangerous struggle for civil rights for African Americans.

18 Black History Facts You May Not Know

not forgotten -- September 15 on this day the Street Baptist Church bombing: Four children killed at an African-American church in Birmingham, Alabama. (Clockwise from top left, Addie Mae Collins, Cynthia Wesley, Carole Robertson and Denise McNair)

An African-American Woman Being Carried by the Police During a Civil Rights Protest:  A Proud Heritage: Photos From the Civil Rights Movement

An African American woman being carried to police patrol wagon during demonstration in Brooklyn, New York in Photo credit: If anyone knows who the photographer was, please let us know. — in Brooklyn, New York.

Protest: Martin Luther King during his march from Selma, Alabam, to Montgomery in 1965 as part of the American civil rights movement

A cool customer! The stunning collection of never published pictures from legendary American photographer Steve Schapiro

Protest: Martin Luther King during his march from Selma, Alabam, to Montgomery in 1965 as part of the American civil rights movement - Steve Schapiro

The Impact of The 'Fro In The Civil Rights Movement The afro is more than just a hairstyle, it was an incredibly powerful symbol of the civil rights movement.

The Impact of The 'Fro In The Civil Rights Movement

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