Civil Rights Poster Set - US History

Civil Rights Poster Set - US History
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  1. American History Posters is a complete bundle that includes over 263 vibrant, full-color posters for events in American history from the very beginning until the Modern World. They will brighten your classroom and reinforce the history you are teaching your students. Units Available • Native A
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This includes 37 beautiful and vibrant 8.5”x11” posters of significant events of the Civil Rights movements in American History (Unit 11) to hang up in your classroom.
{Note: These posters may be enlarged up to 17"x22" with the same quality of printing as 8½”x11”}

*See preview to view all the Civil Rights Events in this listing.

Posters included:
• African Slaves First Brought to the New World
• Dutch First Enslave Africans in the Colonies
• Massachusetts Colony Legalizes Slavery
• First Slave Auction Held in New Amsterdam
• King Charles II Establishes Royal African Company
• Virginia Passes Slave Codes
• England Outlaws Slave Trade
• Canada Offers Sanctuary for Runaway Slaves
• Fredrick Douglas’s Autobiography Released
• Harriet Tubman Escapes Slavery
• Dred Scott Supreme Court Decision
• Emancipation Proclamation
• 13th Amendment Abolishes Slavery
• 14th Amendment
• 15th Amendment Grants African Americans Right to Vote
• Plessy v. Ferguson Supreme Court Decision
• NAACP Founded
• Brown v. Board of Education Supreme Court Decision
• Rosa Parks is Arrested for Civil Disobedience
• “Little Rock Nine” Integrates Arkansas School
• “Greensboro Four” Sit-Ins at Woolworth Counter
• March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom
• 24th Amendment Abolishes Poll Tax
• Civil Rights Act of 1964 Is Passed by Lyndon B. Johnson
• State Troopers Brutally Assault Peaceful Marchers
• Congress Passes Voting Rights Act of 1965
• Martin Luther King, Jr. Is Assassinated
• Civil Rights Act of 1968 Is Passed by L.B. Johnson
• Seneca Falls Convention
• Women Granted Voting Rights in Wyoming Territory
• Federal Woman Suffrage Introduced in Congress
• 19th Amendment Grants Women the Right to Vote in U.S.
• Women’s Rights Activists Form NOW
• Indian Civil Rights Act
• Equal Opportunity Employment Act
• Civil Liberties Act
• Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) is Passed

Want American History posters for the year? Find the American History Posters Bundle here.

More American History resources:
• American History Coloring Activities
• American History Illustrated Timelines

All 12 of my American History Unit Bundles will be part of a huge American History Growing Bundle.
All 12 units (and release schedule) can be viewed at the link above.

Are you also looking for the full American History Curriculum Growing Mega-Bundle that this resource complements? You can find that here in Lovin' Lit's store.

This is a zipped set of PDF files created at 300 dpi (which means it will print crystal clear) at a standard 8½”x11” sheet.

Note: These posters may be enlarged up to 17"x22" with the same quality of printing as 8½”x11”.
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