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MLK Day Learning Resources

How was the 1955–1956 Montgomery Bus Boycott covered in Montgomery? Take a look with this archive from a Montgomery newspaper! [...] »

Brad Meltzer encourages students with the stories of young people who accomplished great things, including Martin Luther King Jr. [...] »

Do you use Martin Luther King Jr. Day as a teachable moment? Our spotlight page and other resources can help! [...] »

Watch J. Douglas Smith discuss the Massive Resistance policy enacted by U.S. Senator, Harry F. Byrd, Sr., in 1956. [...] »

This collection of short videos recognizes the civil rights movement as ongoing struggle. [...] »

Meet the American men and women who traveled the South in the name of black/white equality. [...] »

"Local custom" was at odds with company policy in Jackson, MS. [...] »

Textbooks are silent about defining race and racism, even though the modern Civil Rights Movement and its antecedent movements were efforts to challenge and eliminate racism. [...] »

An oral history of 1968, as told by a variety of Rhode Island residents, focusing on Civil Rights and Vietnam. [...] »

From racism to civil rights movement music, listen to the memories of these eight individuals. [...] »

 
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