This event is aimed at A-Level American Studies Students although all Year 12 Students are welcome. The event explores Themes and Problems in the US Civil Rights Movement from Emancipation to Black Lives Matter over the last 100 years and is led in a fun & interactive way by academics.
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American Studies Presents: Themes and Problems in the US Civil Rights Movement from Emancipation to Black Lives Matter This event will provide both teachers and students with new insights into African American struggles for civil rights in the United States, from the aftermath of slavery, through the mass movements of the mid-twentieth century, to the continuing struggles for equality and justice in America today. Students will be able to attend a university lecture and seminar, and to explore the university library’s resources with current students as their guides. Teachers are also invited to a workshop on using images and film ... (Please click the send enquiry link for more information)
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