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DocsTeach from the National Archives

DocsTeach from the National Archives

Access thousands of primary sources and an ever-expanding collection of document-based activities spanning the course of American history created by the National Archives and teachers around the world. Discover the activities, such as Analyzing a Letter from Jackie Robinson: "Fair Play and Justice" , The Impact of Bloody Sunday in Selma , We Shall Overcome: March on Washington , and Examining Where Rosa Parks Sat .

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Image credit: Photograph 306-SSM-4C-61-32; Young Woman at the Civil Rights March on Washington, D.C. with a Banner; 8/28/1963; Miscellaneous Subjects, Staff and Stringer Photographs, 1961 - 1974; Records of the U.S. Information Agency, Record Group 306; National Archives at College Park, College Park, MD.

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