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African American History Month Learning Resources

Frame your lessons on the Great Migration with the life and works of Jacob Lawrence. [...] »

Meet 13 African American women and the Ann Arbor communities in which they grew up. [...] »

Read a selection of the world's greatest speeches by prominent African American figures. [...] »

Compare perspectives on educational desegregation. How did it affect the community? [...] »

View depictions of African American life by artist Dox Thrash. [...] »

What was life like for the African American pilots of World War II? [...] »

Consider assigning contextual reports on the lives of individual slaves. [...] »

Follow the formation of the African American community in the city of Hartford, CT [...] »

Which locations, open for visitation, are most relevant to the civil rights movement? [...] »

View maps of Liberia acquired during efforts to restore freedmen to Africa. [...] »

 
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