Split in the Civil Rights Movement

Split in the Civil Rights Movement
Split in the Civil Rights Movement
Split in the Civil Rights Movement
Split in the Civil Rights Movement
Split in the Civil Rights Movement
Split in the Civil Rights Movement
Split in the Civil Rights Movement
Split in the Civil Rights Movement
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Introduce students to the violent backlash that MLK faced during the Civil Rights Movement and how that led to alternative groups forming including Malcolm X and the Black Panthers. Students watch 2 short video clips on Malcolm X (one from history.com and another clip from the movie Malcolm X). Next students read a variety of primary source documents including the 1964 Civil Rights/1965 Voting Rights Act, an excerpt from Stokely Carmichael, and a document from the Black panthers. Students use this information (and information from the previous lesson on the Civil Rights Movement) to determine if they would join the Black Panthers or MLK. Students end with a quick write exit ticket where they explain why they would join the Black Panthers or MLK.
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7 pages
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Teaching Duration
50 minutes
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