Ten classroom posters of artistic images created with words depicting leaders and memorable moments of the civil rights movement.
These posters are perfect for Black History Month or any civil rights unit, but they are visually appealing enough that they could also make great year-long classroom decorations.
The collection includes posters depicting Martin Luther King Jr., Rosa Parks, Malcolm X, King's famous "I Have a Dream" speech, the Montgomery Bus Boycott, and the Selma march.
NOTE: I recognize that many people see Malcolm X as a controversial character (and you might consider that before hanging that particular poster in your classroom), but I think his view represents a historically important part of the overall civil-rights movement, and so it would be wrong to exclude him simply because he may not be seen as politically correct as Martin Luther King or Rosa Parks.
Posters come as high-resolution PNG or PDF files that can be resized and printed at whatever size you want.
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