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  • A Brief History of Slavery

    A very concise history of slavery from antiquity to the present. Detailansicht

  • African-American History "Timeline"

    An interactive timeline of African - American History (with links to important events and people) Detailansicht

  • African-American Mosaic

    A Library of Congress Resource Guide for the Study of Black History and Culture. Detailansicht

  • Celebrating MLK Day

    In recognition of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, here is a collection of New York Times, Learning Network and other materials for teaching and learning about Dr. King, the civil rights movement he led and his legacy. Detailansicht

  • Child Labour

    A web-based teaching project from North-Rhine Westphalia.
    language of material: German. Detailansicht

  • Child Labour - The Facts

    Here you can find interesting facts about the problem of child labour:
    How many? What about the rich world? Where do we find child labour? Why are the kids not at school?

  • Civil Rights Movement

    Historic Places of the Civil Rights Movement. Detailansicht

  • Community of Sant Edigio — No death penalty

    This site not only provides data and statistics related to the death penalty it also gives information on the campaign. Detailansicht

  • Facts and Information about London

    The Woodlands Junior School in Kent has collected loads of information on London on its website. Detailansicht

    Woodlands Junior School Kent

  • Famous African Americans — Biographies

    Biographies of some of the greatest African Americans. Detailansicht

  • Fight Hate and promote Tolerance

    - Aims: Dismantling bigotry and creating communities that value diversity
    - Daily news about groups working for tolerance
    - guidebook for adults and youth acitivsts
    - practical resources for parents and teachers
    - entertaining and educational games for kids (!!) Detailansicht

  • Harlem Renaissance: Sights & Sounds

    This WebQuest explores the music, art, and literature of the Harlem Renaissance. Detailansicht

  • Interview with pupils of 'Our Lady's Grammar School Newry'

    Girls attending 'Our Lady's Grammar School Newry' have been interviewed about their everyday school life, their uniforms and their opinions on Austria. Detailansicht

  • Malcolm X — Interview

    Interview for Playboy. Questions asked by Alex Haley. Detailansicht

  • Marching for Freedom

    "I have a dream" speech at full length at the BBC with many interesting links to background information and related topics. Detailansicht

  • Marching for Freedom

    40 years after the march on Washington. Article with a number of good links, even audio-files. Detailansicht

  • Martin Luther King, Jr. — Wikipedia Article

    This article on one of the main leaders of the American civil rights movement focuses on important events as well as on Martin Luther King's life. Detailansicht

  • Martin Luther King Day

    This federal holiday honoring the civil rights leader is observed on the third Monday in January. This website features a collection of facts on King's life and the civil rights movement. Detailansicht

  • Martin Luther King Day

    Martin Luther King Day honors the life and legacy of one of the visionary leaders of the Civil Rights Movement and recipient of the 1964 Nobel Prize for Peace. It is celebrated on the third Monday in January. (Text PDF) Detailansicht

  • Martin Luther King Jr.

    His life, his believes, his achievements! Besides there are quizzes and links to related topics. Detailansicht

  • Martin Luther King Jr. — Lesson Plan

    A lesson plan by Sean Banville with loads of exercises. Detailansicht

  • Martin Luther King Jr. — Printables

    Word search, a cross word puzzle, colouring pages and other activities can be found here. Detailansicht

  • Martin Luther King Jr. — Wikiquote

    Various famous quotes by Martin Luther King Jr. Detailansicht

  • MLK: "I have a dream"

    Martin Luther King's most famous speech at full length with three assignments. Detailansicht

  • MLK: "There Comes a Time When the People Get Tired"

    Speech by Martin Luther King (Alabama 1955) with comprehension questions and tasks beyond the text (WORD-file).