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What are your favorite suppliments to give students for lessons covering Civil Rights?

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The Eyes on the Prize documentary is fantastic. The Bill of Rights Institute is a great resource. I also use a movie called Separate but Equal that is historically accurate and very entertaining. The only problem is it is a very long film.

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I like to go more in depth on the stories of Emmitt Toll and Claudette Colvin. They are really engaging for my students since they're both teenagers as well. Thinking about these events from the point of view of another teenager usually hits them pretty hard.

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Recently incorporated the biography of Claudette Colvin into my lessons, was really well received by my students

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Facing History. Visit website and see resources

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