The Long Journey

This lesson plan educates students about the history and significance of voting rights in the United States. It covers the evolution of voting rights from

Rosa Parks Free Unit Study

Rosa Parks was a brave woman who worked hard her whole life to promote civil rights. She is best known for not giving up her seat

Equity Timeline Elementary Lesson Plan

North Carolina’s commitment to providing an equal public education to all students within the state began in 1776, when it included the right to public

The Stonewall Uprising

On June 28, 1969, the Stonewall uprising took place. It began in the early morning at the Stonewall Inn, a gay bar in New York

Women Who Shaped The Supreme Court

Using a video featuring Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, students compare legal and historical interpretations of seven women in Supreme Court history. Women’s Studies, Women’s Suffrage,

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