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Dear Cheryl Geraets:
Free teaching resources are available from the Library of Congress at https://www.loc.gov/teachers/. Included are primary source sets, lesson plans, and presentations (check out, for example, Rosa Parks: A Primary Source Gallery, The NAACP: A Century in the Fight for Freedom and Women's Suffrage). Some digital collections from the Library may be useful to you, such as the papers of Frederick Douglass, Rosa Parks, and the Civil Rights History Project. Resource Guides are also available from the Library at https://guides.loc.gov/.
I hope this information is helpful and wish you the best in your research.
Library of Congress
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You can find many primary sources and teaching activities on DocsTeach.org, which is the online tool for teaching with documents from the National Archives. In particular, you may want to check out our page on Rights in America at www.docsteach.org/topics/rights
Our online exhibit at http://recordsofrights.org/ is another great resource.
Many of the presidential libraries have material on this topic as well: