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My pictures are of the Greensboro sit-ins , which were a series of nonviolent protest that were started in Greensboro ,North Carolina, in 1960 and eventually led to Woolworth department store chain and other stores removing there policy of racial segregation in the South.
This collection of artifacts and images represent visual evidence of the struggle for Civil Rights and include images from the March on Washington in August of 1963.
This Collection is a brief look at violence during the Civil Rights Movement.
The Chicano movement was started during the civil rights era where many great civil rights activist emerged.
This is a topical collection on the concept of civil disobedience. Users are invited to explore the theme of civil disobedience through texts from Sophocles, Shelley, and Thoreau and a variety of images.
Questions to consider:
-Does civil disobedience pose a threat to society?
-What examples of civil disobedience are portrayed here? What are some other examples?
-What is the role of civil disobedience in today's society?
-Some people prefer the phrase "passive resistance" to "civil disobedience." Compare and contrast these two terms.
-How does one measure the success of an act of civil disobedience? Policy change? Public influence?
-What role does violence play in civil disobedience?
Tags: King, Gandhi, protest, Birmingham, Greensboro, suffrage, Boston Tea Party, Antigone, Masque of Anarchy, Tambo, nun, Randolph, civil rights, Mexican-American War, Goldman
This introductory lesson of a civics unit is specially designed for middle school students with language-based learning disabilities. The lesson is focused on the Preamble to the United States Constitution using as a resource the piece of art entitled The Preamble, by Mike Wilkins, who used license plates from every state and the District of Columbia to write out the words of the Preamble phonetically. Vocabulary exercises and suggested extension activities are included.