New Webinar on Teaching the Civil Rights Movement

Join us for “Records of Change: Teaching the Civil Rights Movement with Primary Sources from the National Archives” on February 8 at 4:30 pm ET.

Register for this free webinar now.

For God sakes help those poor innocent people in Selma Alabama.

Excerpt from “Letter from Mrs. E. Jackson in Favor of Voting Rights,” 3/8/1965. From the Records of the U.S. House of Representatives. https://catalog.archives.gov/id/2173239

Bring the Civil Rights Movement into your classroom with primary sources from the National Archives. During this interactive webinar, examine the Federal Government’s role in advancing the Civil Rights Movement.

Books saying Ruling, Readin', 'ritin', 'Rithmetic

“Fourth ‘R’ in Public Schools,” by Jim Berryman. From the Records of the U.S. Senate. https://catalog.archives.gov/id/5743271

Explore how the holdings of the NationalArchives reveal the voices of those who advocated for and those who resisted change in this transformative era in American history. Practice techniques for analyzing primary sources and learn about additional resources, including DocsTeach.org and lesson plans from the Center for Legislative Archives.

This free webinar from our Center for Legislative Archives is hosted by our friends at the Florida Joint Center for Citizenship. It will last approximately one hour. Register now. Connection information will be emailed to registrants the week of the webinar.

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