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Teacher guide US Civil rights movement

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The 1960s witnessed a revolution in the struggle for the rights of African Americans in cities and towns throughout the USA. Investigate the mood of African Americans in Harlem in 1968 following the assassination of Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. Witness lawyers, activists and a police inspector discussing their responses to injustice. Analyse the views of singer Paul Robeson, who speaks with Australian journalists in 1960.




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