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Brooklyn Connections: Civil Rights Movement
Brooklyn Connections: Civil Rights Movement
Brooklyn Connections: Civil Rights Movement
Brooklyn Connections: Civil Rights Movement
Brooklyn Connections: Civil Rights Movement
Brooklyn Connections: Civil Rights Movement
Brooklyn Connections: Civil Rights Movement
Brooklyn Connections: Civil Rights Movement
Brooklyn Connections: Civil Rights Movement
Brooklyn Connections: Civil Rights Movement
Brooklyn Connections: Civil Rights Movement
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Brooklyn Connections: Civil Rights Movement

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  • 1. Sample Student Projects
  • 2. The Civil Rights Movement in Brooklyn MS 138, Crown Heights
  • 3. At MS 138, students used documents from our Civil Rights Collection to examine how a national movement for equality took shape in Brooklyn.
  • 4. All of the primary sources used in the projects were original, Brooklyn materials. Each class focused on a different Civil Rights issue, from neighborhood discrimination to school segregation.
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  • 7. “ We think it’s important to share what we have learned because it is an important part of our history. Today, African Americans and other races can sit in the same classroom and learn the same work without being discriminated against.” -Alisha, Ocean, Kamesha, Kianna
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  • 9. “ As a resident of Brooklyn I feel that it is important that you learn about the history of your home and where we came from.” -Tyree
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  • 11. For more information about the Brooklyn Connections program or this project: Visit our website http://www.brooklynpubliclibrary.org/connections Or E-mail us [email_address] We look forward to hearing from you! Brooklyn Connections is made possible by generous funding from The New York Life Foundation, The Morris and Alma Schapiro Fund, Tiger Baron Foundation, The Bay and Paul Foundations and Epstein Teicher Philanthropies.

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