June 21, 2021

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Collections Spotlight: LGBTQ+ Resources

LGBTQ Activism and Contributions primary source set with teacher’s guide Photographs Gay men creating a display labeled “Free: Gay Liberation, Minnesota” 1970 Male couples 1970 Gay rights demonstration at the Democratic National Convention 1976 AIDS quilt, Washington, D.C. 1987 Gary Pride Parade image set 2012 An LGBT Pride flag 2018 Posters Gay is angry, gay […]

News, Opportunities, Resources & PD from the Library & TPS Consortium

News, Opportunities, Resources Concerts from the Library Information | Premiering on Facebook | Watch on YouTube Global Resource Fair U.S. Department of State Online June 22 – 24 11:00 am – 5:00 pm EST Free | Information & registration Grab the Mic June Newsletter Jayson Reynolds | Read Hidden Folklorists and Hidden Spirituals on the Folklife […]

Today in History: June Posts

June 1 June 2 1899: New York City’s Finest 1921: Tulsa Race Massacre 1866: Grover Cleveland 1924: Indian Citizenship Act June 3 June 4 1864: Battle of Cold Harbor 1880: Bell’s Photophone 1754: Fort Necessity & the French and Indian War 1919 Congress Approves 19th Amendment 1968: The Gish Sisters June 5 June 6 1851: […]

Timely Connections: The Tulsa Race Massacre Then and Now

The 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre, or the Attack on Greenwood, was, and remains, one of the bloodiest outbreaks of racist violence in U.S. history. The incident began with the arrest of a young black man on May 31, was incited by an inflammatory report in the May 31 edition of the Tulsa Tribune, and ended […]

Citizen U Bulletin Volume 2, Issue 10

  Bulletin Volume 2, Issue 10 While the newsletter is on summer hiatus, keep up with the news on Twitter. CIVICS IN ACTION Citizen U Weaving civics across grades and disciplines Click the links to access, like and share New Lessons AAPI Perspectives & Experiences Students analyze primary sources, investigate ways that Asian American and […]

TPS Spotlight: Read.Inquire.Write.

Developed  in partnership with middle school social studies teachers, Read.Inquire.Write. (RIW) supports students in inquiry and argument writing in social studies. All resources are free, thanks to a grant from the Library of Congress Teaching with Primary Sources program, but access to specific materials requires a free teacher account. As students progress through investigations in […]

Primary Source Learning: Asian Pacific American History & Culture

Primary Source Sets with Teacher Guides Japanese American Internment During World War II Veterans’ Stories: Struggles for Participation Guided Primary Source Analyses Chinese Citizenship in Hawaii Entrance to Manzanar Collection Connections After the Day of Infamy: “Man-on-the-Street” Interviews Following the Attack on Pearl Harbor Ansel Adams’s Photographs of Japanese-American Internment at Manzanar Lesson Plans Analysis […]

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