U.S. History Field Trips
Rosa Parks and the Civil Rights Movement (#104)
This program captures the feeling for the times Rosa Parks lived in--from the days of Jim Crow laws which allowed for segregation in schools, on buses and trains--to her involvement as officer of the National Associations for the Advancement of Colored People. [24 minutes]
This episode has not aired in the past few months on Iowa Public Television.
Series Description: This series is designed to take students on virtual field trips to the locations of the diverse Native American cultures, the Colonial era's important settings, the two cities that were instrumental in the movement toward the American Revolution, the evolution of political parties in choosing the American President, and how the Civil Rights movement started.
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