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Civil Rights Movement

Image of Civil Rights activists marching in the 1960s.

Brimming with comprehensive, cross-curricular content, including 14 videos, primary source images and documents, compelling photo galleries, interactive maps, artwork, music, and more, this virtual collection invites students into an engaging exploration of some of the most significant events of the Civil Rights Movement.

Learning Objectives

  • Explore seven major themes of the Civil Rights Movement through interactive photo galleries, maps, and videos
  • Examine the lives of notable individuals of the Civil Rights Movement.
  • Analyze primary source images, documents, and artwork.
  • Investigate Georgia’s complex segregated society and legal system.
  • Engage in critical thinking with discussion questions that probe enduring understandings in social studies.

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