In this US History lesson, students research protest movements of the 1960s and 1970s, including feminism as well as rights for African Americans, Native Americans, LGBTQ, and Latinos. After researching their group's movement, students create protest posters as if they were a member of that movement, and they use these posters to present the information to the class. The documents are fully editable, and I have included an answer key.
To extend this activity, have students pick a different movement and then tweet, snap, or instagram as if they were a part of that movement. All of these social media templates are in my store.