Equal Rights Movement

This webinar series will focus on the history of the Equal Rights Movement. The presenter will discuss the struggle for equal rights, including women’s rights, to determine where they lived, how they worked, and the implications for social and cultural change.

In this course, you will:

  • Explore Black women’s experiences during the late 1800s and early 1900s. Include thinking as related to the Great Migrations, labor, and the household.
  • Identify Black female reformers and explain the impacts they made on U.S. society.
  • Analyze the Black freedom struggle, including contexts as related to progressive reform and radical ideology of the 1930s.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION: Please note that this course contains videos. Once you start watching a video for this course, you must complete viewing it. Partial video views WILL NOT BE SAVED. You can pause the video, but you will need to finish the entire video before moving on, or you’ll have to start it all over again.

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SCECHs Granted


Who should take this course?

School Resource Officer
Support Staff

What grade level(s) does this course apply to?

High School
Middle School
Upper Elementary

Course Vendor

Michigan Virtual