The Civil Rights Movement:
History and Consequences
W.E.B. Du Bois Institute
Welcome to the NEH 1999 Civil Rights Movement Ongoing Contributions Web Site. The original site was created in the Summer of 1999. This site represents, we hope, an ongoing conversation in the discussion of civil rights in the United States.
Our purpose is to share teaching and research resources related to the Civil Rights Movement's history and consequences. We encourage further sharing and expansion of such resources for anyone interested in the Civil Rights movement, especially high school and university teachers.
You may submit new materials by sending them as attached email files to the administrator of this site, Dr. Gonzalo Santos (Sociology, California State University at Bakersfield) at the following address: email@example.com
This site was originally designed in July of 1999 by:
Luz Elena Ramirez, English Department, SUNY Oneonta
Karen Chow, English Department and Asian American Studies Institute, UCONN, Storrs
Dean Rowley, Historian, Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historic Site, Atlanta Georgia