Civil Rights Then and Now: A Timeline of the Fight for Equality in America
By Kristina Brooke Daniele
Illustrated by Lindsey Bailey
Woo! Jr. Kids Activities
Civil Rights Movement Facts for Kids (Ages 8-12)
Civil Rights Then and Now: A Timeline of the Fight for Equality in America doubles as a Civil Rights Movement guide and Black history book for kids. It’s a tool for resourceful parents and educators who aim to engage youth on topics of racism, discrimination, social justice, and prejudice from a historical perspective to the modern present day.
A crash course in historical events rich in social justice. This information-packed social justice book and civil rights timeline introduces readers to a selection of many critical civil rights movement facts, moments, and historical events in this Black history book for kids.
A complete timeline of historical events unlike any other. Civil Rights Then and Now presents readers with facts, biographies of historical Black people, modern historical black figures such as Black activists, landmark supreme court cases, and historical events in a digestible manner and within a historical context. It also provides context for the modern civil rights movement, tackling subjects like racism and Black Lives Matter for kids to understand the present and future of the social justice movement.
A resource for engaging youth with civil rights movement facts. From the start of Slavery to the modern struggle against systemic oppression, this book sparks kid-friendly conversations about subjects that are often ignored. It’s the perfect addition to every teacher’s, parent’s, or child’s library of children’s books and a kid-friendly tool for teaching civil rights movement facts.
Inside, you’ll find:
- Vocabulary lists suitable for developing minds
- Questions to promote healthy discussion
- Essay and journal prompts with processing concepts and topics
If you liked Black Heroes, What is the Civil Rights Movement? (What Was),or Finish the Fight!, you’ll love Civil Rights Then and Now: A Timeline of the Fight for Equality in America.
Paperback, Juvenile Nonfiction, Ages 8 to 12, Grades 4 to 6
0.32" H x 9.69" L x 7.8" W (0.35 lbs) 86 pages
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