Stories of the Civil Rights Movement: Sister Mary Antona Ebo

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View this archived program in the areas of Humanities and Social Studies to take your study of the Civil Rights Movement to individuals who participated in the struggle.  Hear from Sister Mary Antona Ebo, a legendary civil rights trailblazer who in 1946 became one of the first three African American nuns in the Sisters of Mary and in 1965 marched in Selma, Alabama.

Grade Levels:  7 and up

Transcript and supplemental curriculum materials are available below.

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Teacher Tool 144: Stories of the Civil Rights Movement-Sister Mary Antona Ebo Program 1 Study Guide

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Teacher Tool 724: Creation Station Activity--Civil Rights Timeline

This teacher tool provides a hands-on Creation Station timeline activity focused on your students' study of the America's Civil Rights Movement. This activity can accompany the Educate.Today video where you found it as well as any other "Civil Rights" videos on the Educate.Today website. Just type "Civil Rights" as your keyword search to see videos students could use in their research to create their timeline.

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