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Black History Month All Year Long

Make History Relevant - Make It Personal

2016 One dance party 106-year-old Virginia McLaurin will never forget.
Pics from 1910
The Year Ms. McLaurin was born, shows what the world was like back then.



Martin Luther King "I HAVE A DREAM" SONG

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This collection of resources is intended for use by teachers, parents and students throughout the school year. You can start using it anytime you want. The links below describe only some of what is in Black History Month All Year Long.

Black History Month All Year Long

HOW TO PARTICIPATE? What will I need . . . 

One computer is all you need, but student access is great.


  • Lesson Plans
  • Amistad
  • Folktales / Story Telling
  • Underground Railroad
  • Class Project
  • History of Slavery
  • Learn History Through the Arts
  • Classroom Resources
  • The Plantation
  • Subscribe


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You can subscribe any time during the year and have access to the module for 10 weeks from your start date.
You must agree not to disseminate the project, its content or its passwords. Intellectual content is copyrighted and digimarked for subscriber's use only and may not be redistributed or sold.



Language: Arts: Storytelling, Folktales, Poetry
Visual Arts: Film, Technology
Musical Arts: Songs, Chants, Rhythm.

Full text of MLK's "I Have a Dream", courtesy of those anarchist copyright radicals at the National Archives

How Stevie Wonder helped create Martin Luther King Day

Mississippi finally ratifies 13th Amendment Febuary 18, 2013
Mississippi ratifies 13th Amendment abolishing slavery almost 150 years after its adoption The state thought it had approved the amendment in 1995, but a clerical error left the ratification unresolved. The 13th Amendment, which outlawed all slavery and involuntary servitude except as punishment for a crime, was passed by the U.S. Senate on April 8, 1864, and by the House of Representatives on Jan. 31, 1865. The state took action, and its support for the amendment became official this month.

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