Role and Significance of key actors/groups during the Civil Rights Movement in the USA (1954-1965)

Role and Significance of key actors/groups during the Civil Rights Movement in the USA (1954-1965)

The Role and Significance of key actors/groups during the Civil Rights Movement in the USA (1954-1965) modern history assessment tasks focuses on significant Individuals and Groups during the Civil Rights Movement in the USA. Such personalities and groups include Martin Luther King Jr., Malcolm X., Lyndon B Johnson., The National Association for the Advancement of Coloured People (NAAP)., Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC)., Student Non-violent Coordinating Committee (SNCC)., The Nation of Islam (Black Muslims).

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Description:This assessment has students researching the background of the significant personality or group, their goals, successes and Failures along with historical source work.
Estimated lessons:Teacher's discretion
Ages14-18 years
Format Word Document

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