Presentation on theme: "Civil Rights Print copies of the images. Laminate and place in large brown envelopes for small groups to place in chronological order."— Presentation transcript:
Civil Rights Print copies of the images. Laminate and place in large brown envelopes for small groups to place in chronological order.
(1939) Second grade children playing near school building. Ashwood Plantations, South Carolina
[Africian American school children posed with their teacher outside a school, possibly in South Carolina]
Woman fingerprinted. Mrs. Rosa Parks, Negro seamstress, whose refusal to move to the back of a bus touched off the bus boycott in Montgomery, Ala.
[Mrs. Nettie Hunt, sitting on steps of Supreme Court, holding newspaper, explaining to her daughter Nikie the meaning of the Supreme Court's decision banning school segregation]
If the government doesn't support separate-but-equal schools for our children, it's guilty of discrimination! / Herblock.
Clinton, TN. School integration conflicts. Photograph shows a line of African American boys walking through a crowd of white boys during a period of violence related to school integration.
TITLE: [School dilemma-- Youths in Charlotte, N.C. taunt Dorothy Geraldine Counts, 15, as she walks to enroll at the previously all- white Harding High School, September 4 th, 1957
"I'm eight. I was born on the day of the Supreme Court decision" / Herblock Editorial cartoon shows an African American girl seated on a step with a birthday cake on her lap, she speaks to a man wearing a business suit; across the street, behind a tall wrought iron fence, is the "James Crow Public School."
TITLE: School integration. Barnard School, Washington, D.C. / [TOH].