Great background readings and if you have computer access for students nice interactive activities like scenarios to answer and students can publish their own newspaper articles.

Great background readings and if you have computer access for students nice interactive activities like scenarios to answer and students can publish their own newspaper articles.

This National Register of Historic Places Travel Itinerary tells the powerful story of how and where the centuries-long struggle of African Americans to achieve the bright promise of America culminated in the mid-20th century in a heroic campaign we call the modern civil rights movement. Many of the places where these seminal events occurred, the churches, schools, homes, and neighborhoods, are listed in the National Register of Historic Places and are included in this itinerary.

This National Register of Historic Places Travel Itinerary tells the powerful story of how and where the centuries-long struggle of African Americans to achieve the bright promise of America culminated in the mid-20th century in a heroic campaign we call the modern civil rights movement. Many of the places where these seminal events occurred, the churches, schools, homes, and neighborhoods, are listed in the National Register of Historic Places and are included in this itinerary.

During the time of slavery, numerous brave Marylanders guided slaves through to freedom through a unique collection of covert byways and secret hiding places. Take a closer look at Maryland’s unique role in the Underground Railroad and gain a greater understanding of its citizen’s commitment to liberty and civil rights for all

During the time of slavery, numerous brave Marylanders guided slaves through to freedom through a unique collection of covert byways and secret hiding places. Take a closer look at Maryland’s unique role in the Underground Railroad and gain a greater understanding of its citizen’s commitment to liberty and civil rights for all

President Lyndon Johnson, University of Mcihagn Commencement, 1964, The Great Society Speech. You can listen to it here.

President Lyndon Johnson, University of Mcihagn Commencement, 1964, The Great Society Speech. You can listen to it here.

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