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Remembering Jim Crow

Grade Range: K-12
Resource Type(s): Web Link
Date Posted: 9/10/2008

In the documentary entitled Remembering Jim Crow, Americans—black and white—remember and reflect on life in the time of Jim Crow. The accompanying website breaks down the documentary into sections, and features audio clips that accompany each documentary section. Students and teachers can read personal histories of segregation, and can also access a sampling of repressive Jim Crow laws by individual southern state. An excellent link to various resources is included for students wishing to research the topic further. Remembering Jim Crow was produced by American Radioworks and American Public Media.


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