“A History of Discrimination and Its Consequences” lesson plan allows students to think about the battles fought during the Civil Rights Movement in order for every citizen to be able to achieve the American Dream. Continue reading
The March on Washington: Basic Teacher Resources is a collection of four resources to examine the March on Washington and the Civil Rights Movement. Continue reading
Students will read Martin Luther King Jr.’s speech and explore themes such as the social conditions in the U.S. that led to the Civil Rights Movement. Continue reading
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Do Now is a monthly collaboration between PBS NewsHour Extra and KQED in San Francisco to help students engage with and respond to current issues using social media tools.Tweets about "#DoNowTesting"