is a collaboration of the Leadership Conference on Civil Rights
and the Leadership Conference on Civil Rights Education Fund.
Luther King, Jr. Research Institute at Stanford
The Civil Rights
Documentation Project is from the University of
Mississippi and includes an excellent oral history bibliography and
Civil Rights timeline. Transcripts and some audio files of the
oral histories are provided. The interviews are indexed by
subject, interviewee, and collection/archive.
Brown v. Board of
Sponsored by the Brown Foundation for Educational Equity,
Excellence and Research, this is the starting place for Brown v.
Board of Education research. Includes the text of the Brown
decision, audio interviews with Cheryl Brown Henderson (daughter
of Rev. Oliver L. Brown who, with others, filed suit on behalf
of his children against the Board of Education) and others, and
research and activity guides for students. Provides links to the
Brown Foundation and to the Brown v. Board of Education national
The Jim Crow Intergenerational Discussion Guide presents
ideas and facts on the Jim Crow era.
Remembering Jim Crow
Sonja Hanes Stone Library Guide to the web
from University of North Carolina
Ordinary people – extraordinary stories of the
Civil Rights Movement
from AARP, Leadership Conference on Civil Rights, and Library of
Civil Rights in Mississippi
University of Southern Mississippi
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