App Helps Students Understand Keys to Civil Rights Movement

Helps students quickly find information about key people, places, and events related to the U.S. Civil Rights Movement in Alabama.
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Title: Alabama Civil Rights Trail
Summary: Thorough but dry resource helps put historic events in context

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Pros: Well-organized design helps students quickly find information about key people, places, and events related to the U.S. Civil Rights Movement in Alabama.
Cons: Lacks audio or video to break up the text and make the material more engaging.
Bottom Line:Although most information focuses specifically on Alabama, students gain a thorough understanding of key players, places, and events of the entire Civil Rights Movement.

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