History of the Civil Rights Movement in the Best of the Web Directory

History of the Civil Rights Movement

  • American Women Who Shaped the Civil Rights Movement

    Explores this topic through the literature of Eloise Greenfield.

  • Civil Rights Movement

    Focuses on the civil rights movement in the United States between 1950 and 1980, including racial segregation and discrimination as well as women’s suffrage.

  • Civil Rights Movement Veterans

    Features photos, commentary, discussion and stories from veteran leaders in the civil right movement.

  • Freedom Riders

    PBS documents the 1961 challenged segregation in the American South by the civil rights activists. Learn about who the Freedom Riders were and what they did.

  • International Civil Rights Center and Museum

    Inspires vigilances in the on-going struggle for human freedom. Explore history, find panels, performances and perspectives, and documentary films.

  • My Black History

    Lays out, among other things, the history of civil rights in America, including profiles of such leaders as Martin Luther King Jr., Scott Joplin, and Ralph Abernathy.

  • Reporting Civil Rights

    The Library of America features reporters and journalistic archives on the American Civil Rights Movement.

  • Slavery in New York

    The New York Historical Society’s online exhibits regarding the institution of slavery from the 1600s to 1827, when the practice was abolished in New York.

  • Sojourn Project

    Offers an opportunity for students to tour with civil rights educators and visit key locations which are significant to the movement.

  • Voices of Civil Rights

    Collects and preserves personal stories from those who recount America's struggle for equality.

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