Civil Rights -- Florida Humanities Council

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Title:Civil rights -- Florida Humanities Council
Date:1900-1999
Description:

Web site with lesson plans, images, a resource list, and audio and video clips about the Civil Rights movement in Florida. Florida events referenced include the Tallahassee bus boycott, the Freedom Rides, the life and assassination of Harry T. Moore, the influence of governor LeRoy Collins, direct action protests, and the first African American police in Miami.

Types:Instructional materials | Black-and-white photographs | Moving images | Sound recordings | Annotated bibliographies | Lesson plans | Interviews
Subjects:Collins, LeRoy | Moore, Harry T., d. 1951 | Civil rights--Florida | African Americans--Civil rights--Florida | Civil rights movements--Florida | Civil rights demonstrations--Florida | African American civil rights workers--Florida | Civil rights workers--Florida | Direct action--Florida | Civil rights workers--Florida | Florida--Race relations--History--20th century | Race relations | Boycotts--Florida | Governors--Florida | Segregation--Florida | Discrimination--Florida | Florida
Institution:Florida Humanities Council
Contributors:Florida Humanities Council
Online Publisher:[St. Petersburg, Fla.] : Florida Humanities Council | 2008
Persistent Link to Item:http://www.floridadream.org/index.cfm/fuseaction/Civil.Home