Grades Higher Education, 6-8, 9-12
Teachers will be able to:
- Learn how to teach the Civil Rights movement and its effects on local and national levels from economic perspectives.
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In this economics webinar, teachers will examine the economics of the Civil Rights strategies.
A large part of the Civil Rights movement was to use economic power to bring social change through actions like boycotts and sit-ins. What were the short and long term economic effects of the Civil Rights Movement in the different cities the place in, as well as on the national level?