New Edition of Putting the Movement Back Into Civil Rights Teaching

selma-lesson-movementAs one of the most commonly taught stories of people’s struggles for social justice, the Civil Rights Movement has the capacity to help students develop a critical analysis of United States history and strategies for change. However, the empowering potential is often lost in a trivial pursuit of names and dates.

Putting the Movement Back into Civil Rights Teaching, published by Teaching for Change and PRRAC, provides lessons and articles for K-12 educators on how to go beyond a heroes approach to the Civil Rights Movement.

Teaching for Change will publish a new edition of the award-winning Putting the Movement Back into Civil Rights Teaching this year. The content will be completely re-organized and much of the material will be new.

Support the New Edition

John_Carlos_DONATETeaching for Change can’t produce this new edition without your support. Make a donation today so that students in K-12 learn about the grassroots, people’s history of the Civil Rights Movement. They will learn that the movement began way before 1954, continues today, and was driven by many unsung heroes including women, young people, and rural farmers.

When you donate $100 or more, we will thank you in our new edition of Putting the Movement Back into Civil Rights Teaching.

Sale on Current Edition

While supplies last! Get the current edition of Putting the Movement Back into Civil Rights Teaching for only $5 + shipping. Use Coupon Code: MOVEMENT

 

Posted Wednesday, March 30, 2016 |

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