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SELMA, LORD, SELMA: BLOODY SUNDAY," March 7, 1965. | Selma ...

SELMA, LORD, SELMA: BLOODY SUNDAY," March 7, 1965. | Selma ...

Selma to Montgomery Marches

Bloody Sunday, Selma AL March Demonstrators attempt to cross the Edmund Pettus Bridge to march from Selma to Montgomery and are attacked by police.

US President Barack Obama(L) speaks to Amelia Boynton Robinson (2L), one of the original marchers,  after leading a walk across the Edmund Pettus Bridge to mark the 50th Anniversary of the Selma to Montgomery civil rights marches in Selma, Alabama, March 7, 2015. US President Barack Obama rallied a new generation of Americans to the spirit of the civil rights struggle, warning their march for freedom

“President holds hand of Amelia Boynton Robinson, one of original Selma marchers, as they cross Edmund Pettus Bridge.

On "Bloody Sunday," March 7, 1965, John Lewis and Hosea Williams led 600 peaceful marchers across the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama, where they were brutally attacked by state and local police with billy clubs and tear gas

Life Magazine, March 1965 - Civil rights march at Selma, Alabama

Separate But Not Equal Video - Civil Rights Movement - HISTORY.com

In the Supreme Court unanimously strikes down segregation in public schools, sparking the Civil Rights movement.

All you have to do is print, laminate, cut, and get a few supplies together.  The following topics are addressed in this file: ★ Brown vs. Board of Education (1954): RI.1 ★ The Montgomery Bus Boycott: RI.6 ★ The March on Washington: RI.1 & RI.3 ★ The Civil Rights Act: RI.5 ★ The Voting Rights Act: RI.3 ★ Thurgood Marshall: RI.2 ★ Rosa Parks ★ Martin Luther King Jr.: RI.1 & RI.3 ★ Freedom Riders: RI.7 ★ The Impact of the Civil Rights Movement for Americans: RI.2

Close Reading Task Cards: The Civil Rights Movement

All you have to do is print, laminate, cut, and get a few supplies together. The following topics are addressed in this file: ★ Brown vs. Board of Education (1954): RI.1 ★ The Montgomery Bus Boycott: RI.6 ★ The March on Washington: RI.1 & RI.3 ★ The Civil Rights Act: RI.5 ★ The Voting Rights Act: RI.3 ★ Thurgood Marshall: RI.2 ★ Rosa Parks ★ Martin Luther King Jr.: RI.1 & RI.3 ★ Freedom Riders: RI.7 ★ The Impact of the Civil Rights Movement for Americans: RI.2

Behind the 1963 march that swept Martin Luther King Jr. and the civil rights movement into the spotlight.

Planning the March on Washington

Corporate mainstream media have sanitized and distorted the life and teachings of Martin Luther King Jr., putting him in the category of a “civil rights leader” who focused narrowly on racial discrimination; end of story.

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