Join Georgia Historical Society Programs Intern Sarah as she researches the Civil Rights Movement. In this three-minute video, Sarah begins her research using online tools and the GHS main collection. Visit schoolhouse.georgiahistory.com for more information about Sarah’s experience and the Civil Rights Movement in Savannah. Follow the link below the video to see the results of Sarah’s research and learn more about the Savannah Protest Movement.
Click here to view Sarah’s Research Journal entry for this video. In her journal, you will learn more about the Savannah Protest Movement and her experiences researching at the Georgia Historical Society.
2 thoughts on “Episode 28: Researching the Civil Rights Movement, Main Collection”
Good morning. I saw an article about Sophia’s School House in the Savannah Morning News today. I am the media specialist at Charles Ellis Montessori and prior to this experience, taught 4th and 5th grade social studies. This looks like a wonderful resource that I would like to share with our teachers.
I have not been able to access any of the videos that are embedded from schooltube. com. Is there a step I need to take in order to be able to do this?
Thanks for your help.
Good Morning – I sent you an email to try and help address this issue. There should be no extra steps to make the embedded videos play. If you cannot play the videos directly from the blog, you can visit our YouTube, TeacherTube, or SchoolTube channels directly to play videos. Here are the links: