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Through BrainPop, viewers can watch videos regarding women's suffrage, student rights, and civil rights.

Through BrainPop, viewers can watch videos regarding women's suffrage, student rights, and civil rights.

This children’s book is written by Paula Young Shelton who is a daughter of Civil Rights activist.  Shelton shares with us a child’s unique perspective detailing this trying time in America’s history.

This children’s book is written by Paula Young Shelton who is a daughter of Civil Rights activist. Shelton shares with us a child’s unique perspective detailing this trying time in America’s history.

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This set of 20 posters provide a visual display that is a wonderful starting point for discussing Human Rights in the classroom for students 5-16 years old.  (Click on the teaching tips link for suggested activities.)

This set of 20 posters provide a visual display that is a wonderful starting point for discussing Human Rights in the classroom for students 5-16 years old. (Click on the teaching tips link for suggested activities.)

This issue of Cobblestone provides the opportunity to look closer at a key event in the civil rights movement: the Freedom Rides of 1961.  An interview is featured where an eyewitness shares his view as one of the riders on the buses as well as others offering personal experiences during the 1963 March on Washington.

This issue of Cobblestone provides the opportunity to look closer at a key event in the civil rights movement: the Freedom Rides of 1961. An interview is featured where an eyewitness shares his view as one of the riders on the buses as well as others offering personal experiences during the 1963 March on Washington.

The Rights Respecting Schools (RRS) initiative uses the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child as a basis for building an inclusive and respectful school culture.

The Rights Respecting Schools (RRS) initiative uses the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child as a basis for building an inclusive and respectful school culture.

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