"WE LIFTED OUR VOICES IN THUNDER TONES":
America's Civil Rights Revolution in Documents
August 18-22, 2003
This workshop will focus on the Civil Rights Movement in the 20th century.
We will discuss content and teaching strategies for the origins, events,
and legacy of the mid-20th century civil rights revolution in the United
States. We will discuss content and develop teaching strategies relating
to civil rights leaders, groups, and opponents. Key themes include
re-definitions of citizenship, the legal and ideological rationales for
nonviolent resistance, and the changing role of the federal government.
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