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Free online chronicle of civil right movement

  "Finishing the Dream"  is a new, free online video series for teachers, students, and parents which brings the civil rights movement to life through the images and voices of the people who participated in the movement.
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 "Finishing the Dream" is a new, free online video series for teachers, students, and parents which brings the civil rights movement to life through the images and voices of the people who participated in the movement. The site is grouped into ten thematic collections to explore the movement from different perspectives, such as political, legal, sociological, and personal and includes more than 100 stories from the NBC News archives.

An embeddable video widget is available and will be updated monthly with new video content.

For more information, visit www.nbclearn.com/finishingthedream

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