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Jim Crow History Websites

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Rise and Fall of Jim Crow

Companion site to the PBS series, with resources, lesson plans, interactive maps, and tools and activities.

Remembering Jim Crow

American RadioWorks.
A companion site to the NPR radio documentary on segregated life in the South (broadcast in February 2002). Presents 28 audio excerpts, ranging from one minute to ten minutes in length, and approximately 130 photographs, arranged in six thematically-organized sections.

The History of Jim Crow

Richard Wormhiser, Bill Jersey, Sam Pollard, WNET.
This site for educators was produced as an online companion to The Rise and Fall of Jim Crow, a four-part television series that tells the story of the African-American struggle for freedom during the era of segregation.

Atlanta 1906: A Race Riot

Public Broadcasting Atlanta.
Produced by Public Broadcasting Altanta, in conjunction with the PBS series “The Rise and Fall of Jim Crow,” this visual history of the 1906 Atlanta Race Riot is a useful education tool that offers an introduction to this traumatically violent event in the city’s not-so-distant past.

General Jim Crow Sites

Richard Wormhiser, Bill Jersey, Sam Pollard, WNET.
From the History of Jim Crow Website, a gateway of online resources on Jim Crow. Rated by teachers and students.

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