Features reporters and journalism of the American Civil Rights Movement.
Personal testimony and contact information from veterans of the Southern Freedom Movement.
Harry T. Moore Homesite site commemorates lives of two pioneering American Black civil rights workers, murdered in 1951. Organized first Brevard Co. Chapter NAACP in 1934, and led Florida fight for equality and justice. First killing of prominent civil rights leaders, historical spark helped ignite American civil rights movement.
A multimedia site presented by the Depot, the News and Record, and the Greensboro Public Library.
A sampling of images from the national civil rights movement, and events that happened in the Seattle area.
Did you know...A. Philip Randolph first planned a March on Washington in 1941 to protest against governmental hiring practices that excluded African Americans from federal employment and federal contracts?
Background and history of events during the integration of Central High in 1957. Photos, articles, and news releases are published. Museum and visitor's center information is provided.
The National Parks Services' story of the Civil Rights Movement centered around places listed in the National Register of Historic Places.
A course by the Yale-New Haven Teachers Institute featuring six women in the Civil Rights Movement based on the literature of Eloise Greenfield.
Captures several milestones, personalities, and influences that helped civil rights in America.