Grade Range: 4-12Resource Type(s): Lessons & ActivitiesDuration: 50 MinutesDate Posted: 7/7/2008
In this classroom activity, students will examine both the integrationist and segregationist arguments from Brown v. Board of Education through role play and begin to explore the impact of the Supreme Court's decision through a primary source photographic analysis activity. This lesson accompanies the online exhibition entitled Separate is Not Equal: Brown v. Board of Education.
Experiential learning, Museum education, Role playing
In 1974, Boston's court-ordered busing plan became one of the most visible and controversial exam...
African American history, Brown v. Board of Education, African American History Month, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, Desegregation, African American, Education, February, education, Black, segregation, civil rights, Black History, black history month, desegregation, African-American, racism, African-American History Month, Supreme Court, NAACP
A fictional story with historic background and photographs depicting students during the period o...
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