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Women of the Civil Rights Movement: Ella Baker

A transcript of an interview with Ella Baker, a central figure in African American politics, pairs well with a graphic organizer (linked below). As a group, students will learn much about the feminine presence during the Civil Rights Movement, and how integral it was to modern-day civil rights.

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Grade
8th - 11th
Subjects
Social Studies & History
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  • Women of the Civil Rights Movement: How to Interpret a Document

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