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America Since 1945—E-Seminar 6, The Civil-Rights Movement
Resource Type: E-Seminar
Taught by: Alan Brinkley


In The Civil-Rights Movement, the sixth of ten e-seminars in the series America Since 1945, historian Alan Brinkley discusses one of the most important social movements in twentieth-century American history. He analyzes the events that propelled and shaped the civil-rights movement, the growing national awareness of racial inequalities in America, and the social policies that were created in response to those inequalities.
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Document-Based QuestionsDocument-Based QuestionsTeaching ActivitiesTeaching Activities

1. Modern Republicanism and the New Right

2. The Civil-Rights Movement




1. Origins of the Civil-Rights Movement

2. The Emergence of Black Power



Point-CounterpointPoint-CounterpointClassroom SimulationsClassroom Simulations

1. Origins of the Civil-Rights Movement

2. The Emergence of Black Power




1. Civil-Rights Debate: Where Do We Go from Here?





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