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Civil Rights

Page history last edited by mckinley sielaff 9 years, 10 months ago

Civil Rights Documentation Project has posted a new feature on "CongressLink" that provides a fuller accounting of law-making based on the unique archival resources housed at The Center, including the collection of then-Senate Minority Leader Everett M. Dirksen (R-IL), widely credited with securing the passage of the bills. (Dirksen Congressional Center)

 

Historical Publications of the US Commission on Civil Rights - searchable PDF documents includes a number of reports on school desegregation as well as some of the Commission's earliest publications focused on voting, housing and access to health care services. Including reports like:

 

We Shall Overcome- National Register of Historic Places - trip planning and virtual tour exploring the modern African American Civil Rights Movement starting after WWII - covering 49 historic sites in 21 states.

 

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