Grade Range: 9-12Resource Type(s): Primary Source, Interactives & MediaDuration: 98 MinutesDate Posted: 3/1/2011
In this webcast, students will hear from Freedom Rides veterans Congressman John Lewis, Jim Zwerg, Rev. James Lawson, and Diane Nash, and view clips from the PBS American Experience documentary Freedom Riders. The site includes a teachers guide and the webcast included questions from students at five locations across the country.
Discussions, Multimedia instruction, Project-based learning
Interactives & Media
Lessons & Activities
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