For Black History Month, or any time you want to talk about the civil-rights movement in the U.S., why not use our interactive timeline with some key dates and succinct information about Jim Crow, segregation, Rosa Parks and MLK?
You can download the timeline below to use offline.
The timeline could be used in introduction to Shine Bright 2e File 19 Breaking the chains, Shine Bright LLCER File 12 Equality on trial or Shine Bright AMC File 5 Black Lives Matter. It includes the Black Power salute at the Mexico Olympics which features in Speakeasy Files 3e.
Download resources :
> Montgomery Bus Boycott: A Victory for Civil Rights
> Black Power at the 1968 Olympics Fifty Years On
> February is Black History Month
> Martin Luther King Day on the Web
> African American History on the Web
> Great Short Videos on African American History
> Civil Rights: The Montgomery Bus Boycott
> Martin Luther King Slideshow
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