Here are a some great resources for your classroom/field for Black History Month.
MARCHING FOR EQUAL RIGHTS: EVALUATING THE SUCCESS OF THE 1963 MARCH ON WASHINGTON
Students consider what makes a non-violent protest march successful and by analyzing primary sources, they then evaluate the success of the 1963 March on Washington.
WHAT IF LAWS ARE UNJUST?
Students read and analyze segregation ordinances, and learn how Martin Luther King Jr. and other civil rights activists challenged these unjust laws through peaceful protest and civil disobedience during the 1963 civil rights campaign in Birmingham, Alabama. The lesson highlights the vital role that young people played in the campaign.
VISUAL VOTING TIMELINE