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Martin Luther King, Jr. and Harry Belafonte near podium at Montgomery March

Martin Luther King, Jr. and Harry Belafonte near podium at Montgomery March

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Photographer: unknown..Date: 1965..Medium: Black and white photograph..Repository: American Jewish Historical Society ( http://www.ajhs.org ) ..Parent Collection: American Jewish Congress Collection (I-77)..Location: Original photograph found in Box 744, Folder 41 of the American Jewish Congress Collection (I-77)...Call Number: aa-i77-b744-f41-014 ..Persistent URL: access.cjh.org/1432401 ( http://access.cjh.org/1432401 ) ..Rights Information: No known copyright restrictions; may be subject to third party rights. For more copyright information, click here ( http://copyrights.cjh.org ) ...See more information about this image and others at CJH Digital Collections ( http://access.cjh.org ) ...To inquire about rights and permissions, or if you have a question regarding the collection to which the image belongs, please contact the Reference Department of the American Jewish Historical Society by email. ( mailto:reference@ajhs.org ) ..Digital images created by the Gruss Lipper Digital Laboratory at the Center for Jewish History.

In the second grade, the student will examine the lives of notable Americans who expanded peoples’ rights and freedoms in the American system of government. Students participate in shared and individual research using biographies and informational text historic examples of honesty, courage, patriotism, self-sacrifice, and other admirable character traits seen in citizens and leaders including Abigail Adams, Francis Scott Key, Harriet Tubman, Abraham Lincoln, Chief Joseph, Eleanor Roosevelt, Fred Korematsu, Jackie Robinson, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Rosa Parks, César Chávez, and Senator Daniel Inouye. Students analyze the significance of historic places including the White House, the United States Capitol, the United States Supreme Court, the Washington Monument, and The Lincoln Memorial. Students commemorate months designated to the contributions the American nation of significant groups to the history of including National Hispanic History Month, Native American Heritage Month, Black History Month, Women’s History Month, and Asian-Pacific American Heritage Month. Students understand chronological sequencing and the connection between historic events and individuals through the creation of basic timelines.



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