Teaching about Civic Action and Social Change with Primary Sources from the Library of Congress
Sponsored by the College Board. Endorsed by the OAH Committee on Teaching
Sunday, April 5, 2020, 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Tags: African American; Teaching and Pedagogy; Women's History
Pre-registration required | Limited to 30
This hands-on session will explore civic action and social change in the women’s suffrage movement and the long struggle for racial equality. Participants will be introduced to primary sources in a variety of media from across numerous Library of Congress collections related to women suffrage to gain multiple perspectives and draw more comprehensive conclusions; will take a close look at examples from the Rosa Parks Papers; and will have opportunity to consider common threads in both movements.
Presenter: Cheryl Lederle, Library of Congress
Presenter: Lee Ann Potter, Library of Congress