Before the March on Washington in 1963, no protests of that scale had ever taken place in the U.S. before.
This activity from the National Museum of American history invites viewers to join the student sit-ins through a 22-minute video. Included are focus questions that students should consider while they are watching.
The Smithsonian Anacostia Community Museum invites people to share stories of how communities are supporting each other on a day-to-day basis.
These Smithsonian resources are designed to foster an equal society, encourage commitment to unbiased choices and promote antiracism in all aspects of life.