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African American History Month Learning Resources

Leading up to the civil rights movement in a high school class? Explore 700 primary sources that examine one 1920 case of fatal racism. [...] »

One institution, two very different perspectives. An expert contrasts records. [...] »

A chronology of African slavery, with links to other websites and useful primary sources. [...] »

Learn about southern culture through the images on Confederate currency. [...] »

Explore the infamous Scottboro case through a variety of primary source documents and images. [...] »

Search over 200 prominent African American scientists. [...] »

Research early African American historical and literary works. [...] »

Listen to African American Blues from the Fort Valley Music Festivals of 1938-1943. [...] »

View 1,300 pieces of sheet music composed by and about African Americans. [...] »

Travel through the life and works of Marion Anderson with this online exhibit. [...] »

 
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