To start my history classes this year, we read the Michael Parenti speech, "The Control of History," then I told students, "I am going to describe someone from history, & after I am done, you tell me who it is." 1/?
Quoted ZinnEdProject's tweet:
Teach about Rosa Parks' protest in context of her own life of activism (before and after), the decades of protests of Jim Crow on public transportation across U.S. (see list below from 1841 to 1992), the role of Women’s Political Council, and much more. https://www.civilrightsteaching.org/desegregation/transportation-protests
🔁 Repost from LadyOfSardines: