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Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History
Module: The Tumultuous 1960s

History Now

Internet Modern History Sourcebook /Fordham University

Library of Congress
African American Odyssey: Civil Rights Era

National Civil Museum


    Research Overview

    Using your knowledge of history write a paper which addresses the following writing prompt.

    From 1954 to 1968 leaders of the Civil Rights Movement used various methods to affect change.
    Describe the leaders, the methods they used, and analyze the extent to which they were successful. 


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