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Civil Rights Virtual Museum

Civil Rights Virtual Museum

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Author: Beth White
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You will be creating your own virtual museum display from two different eras of civil rights movements. You will be viewing various resources including primary documents and videos that will "show" how similar and different the civil rights movements were between South Africa and the United States.  Using google slides you and your group will research and create your own virtual museum that shows the two civil rights movements and how they affected the world around them and each other.

Group collaboration assignment that encompasses the entire civil rights movement from India, South Africa and the United States.  The groups will see how Gandhi influenced the actions of the great civil rights leaders and individuals in the 20th century as they battled discrimination and racism and changed the world for the better. 

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Civil Rights Virtual Musuem

You will be creating your own virtual museum display from two different eras of civil rights movements. Using google slides you and your group will research and create your own virtual museum that shows the two civil rights movements and how they affected the world around them and each other.

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Read through and watch the following resources to help your group create a wall venn diagram that shows comparisons and contrasts between two civil rights movements.

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