For Us, The Living

Edmondson, Tiffany
July 2011
Crisis (15591573);Summer2011, Vol. 118 Issue 3, p6
The article discusses the 2011 decision by the state of Mississippi's government to require public school students in the state to receive instruction in civil rights history. The article also examines the opening of the Mississippi Civil Rights Museum and the New Museum of Mississippi History and their roles in civil rights curriculum planning. The article also states that the Jackson Public School District will implement its civil rights curriculum in autumn 2011.


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