Educational Resources

Myrlie-studentsMississippi Civil Rights Education

Mississippi Civil Rights Project

Winter Institute Reading List

Curriculum Resources

Economic Justice

Community Dialogue Handbook

Oral History Guide

Civil Rights Information

Civil and Human Rights Timeline

“It’s My Right Too,” a powerful short documentary on LGBTQ issues on the UM campus

“POWER: The Real Cost of Settling A § 1983 Excessive Force Claim” by Ariana Gibbs

Curriculum Resources

The African American Registry, based in Minneapolis, Minnesota

Breaking the Silence: Teaching the Transatlantic Slave Trade, from Tulane University

Confederate Truths web site, in association with the Winter Institute, is an Internet extension of the book, “The Confederate and Neo-Confederate Reader: ‘The Great Truth’ about The ‘Lost Cause,'” edited by James W. Loewen and Edward H. Sebesta, and published by the University Press of Mississippi.

From Slavery to Reconciliation, a site by a direct descendant of two slave-owning families from Charleston, South Carolina

The Gilder Lehrman Center for the Study of Slavery, Resistance, and Abolition at Yale University

Journey to Justice blog by Clarion-Ledger reporter Jerry Mitchell

National Underground Railroad Freedom Center in Cincinnati, Ohio

Traveling the Underground Railroad

Post-Traumatic Slave Syndrome

Steering Committee on Slavery and Justice at Brown University includes links to curriculum and interactive documents

UNESCO’s Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade project

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