Information about Autherine Lucy @ http://www.stanford.edu/group/king/chronology/details/560206.htm
Information about Vivian Malone Jones @ http://www.ua.edu/openingdoors/pioneers/jonesv.html
Information about Dr. James Hood @ http://www.ua.edu/openingdoors/pioneers/hood.html
Information about Brown v. Board of Education @ http://www.archives.gov/digital_classroom/lessons/brown_v_board_documents
This site contains a chronology of the civil rights struggle with
descriptions and photographs of key events.
The site takes viewers to historic places of the Civil Rights Movement.
This site provides an overview of the Civil Rights Movement from
Go on a virtual tour of the National Civil Rights Museum.
This site displays images of the Civil Rights Movement.
A biography of George Wallace can be found at this site.
This site provides an overview of important events that took place
during the Civil Rights Movement in the United States.
This site holds the pictures of Charles Moore. Moore, a photographer
for the Montgomery Advertiser, took
photographs that told the story of the Civil Rights Movement. Visit
this site to view these photographs.
This site provides background information from the Southern Poverty
Law Center (SPLC) on the Civil Rights Movement.
Teachers should read more about the SPLC publication Teaching
Tolerance and other curriculum
Visit this site and click summary for: (a) details of the
Civil Rights Movement in Alabama and the publicÍs response or (b)
a bibliography. By clicking details, many links to specific sites
and summaries of events are provided.
This site provides a chronology of events that took place during
the Civil Rights Movement, 1954-1968.
This site developed by PBS and American Experience provide timelines
and a teacherÍs guide for the program George Wallace: SettinÍ
the Woods on Fire.
Learn more about the life of Rosa Parks, the woman who led the
Montgomery Bus Boycott.
Civil rights resource guide