In this course, we will trace the struggle for African American freedom and equality throughout our nation's history. Our primary focus will be on the Twentieth century. We will study the people, places and events that were pivotal in the struggle for civil rights. We will examine a number of historical resources including personal narratives, speeches, legal documents and photographs.
Preparation and participation are essential to your success in this course. The bulk of your grade will rest on this. It is easy to slip behind in an online or blended learning course. Do not make this mistake.
I. Roots of the Struggle
III. Fighting Back
IV. No Easy Walk
V. Toward the Promised Land
VI. Back to the Movement
VII. Where are we now?
Unit I: http://hansengeorge.blogspot.com/2014/04/civil-rights-history-unit-1.html
Unit II: http://hansengeorge.blogspot.com/2014/04/civil-rights-history-unit-ii.html