The Era of Segregation: A Personal Perspective
This award-winning program examines a critically important but often untaught period in American history. Author Clifton Taulbert's poignant reminiscences put a human face on institutional segregation, and his thoughts are presented in the larger context of African American history, from slavery to the civil rights movement to the problems that still exist today. The teacher's guide includes script, learning objectives, reproducible activities, and bibliography.
|Subject||SOCIAL STUDIES, African American History, Civil Rights, Diversity|
|Running Time||30 min.|
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