Regional Alliance for Truth and Racial Reconciliation

Regional Alliance

This will be links to the curriculum guides

Curriculum resources from the William Winter Institute for Racial Reconciliation

This site is a companion to “The Children Shall Lead” documentary film on the Freedom Riders. It contains 18 resources for curriculum on race and the Civil Rights Movement.

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Liberation Curriculum initiative

Classroom resources, including Civil Rights Movement documents, from The Martin Luther King, Jr., Research and Education Institute at Stanford University.

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PBS Teacher's guide on “The Murder of Emmett Till”

This site is a companion to “The Murder of Emmett Till,” a PBS documentary for the American Experience series. It divides lessons into History, Civics, Geography, and Economics.

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Study guide for “Eyes on the Prize”

This companion to the award-winning documentary series “Eyes on the Prize” was produced by Facing History and Ourselves.

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Yale-New Haven Teachers Institute: 2006 Volume I

This section of the Yale-New Haven Teachers Institute covers the topic of "Photographing America: A Cultural History, 1840-1970," including lessons about African American history and the photography of Gordon Parks.

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Yale-New Haven Teachers Institute: 2005 Volume II

This section of the Yale-New Haven Teachers Institute covers the topic of "The Challenge of Intersecting Identities in American Society: Race/Ethnicity, Gender and Nation."

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Yale-New Haven Teachers Institute: lesson from 2004 Volume III

This lesson, The History of African-American Children: A Guide for Teaching Black History at the Elementary School Level, is from section of the Yale-New Haven Teachers Institute that covers the topic of "Representations of American Culture, 1760-1960: Art and Literature."

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Yale-New Haven Teachers Institute: 2001 Volume IV

This section of the Yale-New Haven Teachers Institute covers the topic of "Race and Ethnicity in Contemporary Art and Literature."

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Yale-New Haven Teachers Institute: 2000 Volume IV

This section of the Yale-New Haven Teachers Institute covers the topic of "Ethnicity and Dissent in American Literature and Art."

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Yale-New Haven Teachers Institute: 1999 Volume I

This section of the Yale-New Haven Teachers Institute covers the topic of "Women’s Voices in Fiction."

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Yale-New Haven Teachers Institute: 1998 Volume I

This section of the Yale-New Haven Teachers Institute covers the topic of "The Use and Abuse of History in Film and Video."

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Yale-New Haven Teachers Institute: 1997 Volume III

This section of the Yale-New Haven Teachers Institute covers the topic "American Maid: Growing Up Female in Life and Literature," including lessons about women of color and women who shaped the Civil Rights Movement.

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Yale-New Haven Teachers Institute: 1996 Volume III

This section of the Yale-New Haven Teachers Institute covers the topic of "Race and Representation in American Cinema."

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Yale-New Haven Teachers Institute: 1994 Volume IV

This section of the Yale-New Haven Teachers Institute covers the topic of "Racism and Nativism in American Political Culture."

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Yale-New Haven Teachers Institute: 1991 Volume III

This section of the Yale-New Haven Teachers Institute covers the topic of "Afro-American Autobiography."

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