Video Description: Reverend Earl Nance Jr. shares memories of his parents’ experiences with discrimination in public accommodations.
Type of Video: Segment*
Unique Video ID: Civil Rights-36**
Quick Ideas for Using the Video:
- Use the video as part of your study of America’s Civil Rights Movement or of historic/social topics of discrimination. What is student reaction to the story that Reverend Nance tells? How does his story help them understand how segregation and discrimination can affect people?
- Use the video as an example of a primary source as you discuss the importance of primary sources in understanding history. Ask students why this video is a primary source and how primary sources help their understanding of history.
- Use the video as inspiration for student projects interviewing members of their family or others in the community to get first person perspectives on a specific historic event or period of time.
*Segment videos are short excerpts edited from interviews or interactive programs that offer flexible and differentiated ways to use the rich content included in the full-length conversation.
**The unique Video ID can be used to quickly locate a single video in the ET collection. This search function is designed to let teachers assign students to watch a specific video and have only that video appear as a search result. Just click on Search and choose “By Video ID.” Then type in the Video ID as it appears above. Be sure to include the dash.