Ready for the third installment of our Black History Month PowerPoint series? This time around we've highlighted five scholars and educators:
* Dr. Carter G. Woodson
* Mary McLeod Bethune
* Dr. W.E.B. DuBois
* Marva Collins
* Booker T. Washington
As always we've added plenty of color and animation to make the content come alive.
Please Note: The presentation advances on its own during some slides due to automatic timings. If you click through it, you may miss some valuable content. Allow the presentation to play and only click (or press enter) when the slides do not advance.
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Searching for more engaging lessons for Black History Month? Look no further, friend!
* Martin Luther King, Jr. Interactive Timeline
* MLK Timeline Review
* Black Scientists and Inventors PowerPoint
* Black Scientists and Inventors Follow-Up Activities
* Blacks in Government PowerPoint
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