Experience the American Civil Rights Movement like never before with the new Standing for Freedom curriculum package!
“Nothing I have ever used before has brought about more deep conversation and overall interest from my students. The honesty and depth of the information is valuable when teaching high school students about more than just the March on Washington and ‘I Have A Dream’ Speech.” – Robert Lister, UT
“The publication MAKES the Civil Rights Movement real and meaningful for my elementary school kids and “The Uncomfortable Truth” CONNECTS it all together in a powerful way for my middle school students and lays the foundation for a open conversation about civil rights today.” – Steve Hammerman, FL
Help your students learn about civic engagement and responsibility with this exclusive curriculum package from Studies Weekly and the Joan Trumpauer Mulholland Foundation. Your package includes:
Standing for Freedom (30 copies) – This magazine format guide is 30 pages of the people and events that helped change American History.
Standing for Freedom (1 copy – book format) – A soft copy book teacher addition.
She Stood for Freedom (1 copy of each book) – The Amelia Bloomer Award nominated books about the life of Joan Trumpauer Mulholland and her journey through the Civil Rights Movement.
An Ordinary Hero (1 copy) – The education version of the award-winning documentary about the life of Joan Trumpauer Mulholland and the Civil Rights Movement.
The Uncomfortable Truth (1 copy) – The education version of the Emmy-winning documentary about the history of institutional racism in America provides a solid understanding and unique perspective on American History (suitable for teachers and students middle school age and up).
History Matters Poster (1 copy) – The engaging mugshot that has come to symbolize the Freedom Rides and called one of the most famous in American History will certainly create a great conversation starter for the classroom.
Interactive Map and Timeline – Expand the experience even further with exclusive interviews and artifacts found only on our map and timeline. Don’t just read about the Civil Rights Movement see where it took place and how the events are connected.