Life Covers the Civil Rights Movement Life Magazine presents the Civil Rights Movement in this slideshow of wonderful photographs of major events and individuals accompanied by brief descriptions.
Timeline of the American Civil Rights Movement This is an annotated timeline of the Civil Rights Movement from the Brown v.
Documents from the Women’s Liberation Movement The materials in this on-line archival collection document various aspects of the Women’s Liberation Movement in the United States and focus specifically on the radical origins of this movement during the late 1960s and early 1970s.
Agents of Social Change Smith College offers an on-line exhibit and several lesson plans drawn from its collections.
Anything that touches on civil rights will always be treated with some kind of trepidation from time to time.
There are a lot of arguments that you can present in your work about civil rights, and it is important that you learn how to make them stand out.
It is also important that you remember that it is okay not to be interested in something.
You are not doing anyone a disservice by not connecting with their cause.
Civil Rights Movement The New Georgia Encyclopedia presents a hyperlinked essay on the Civil Rights Movement with related links.
Of note are the five video clips that accompany the essay.