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Civil Rights for All Americans


Curipod generated lesson: "Civil Rights for All Americans". #5-7

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1. Slide
60 seconds
Civil rights are the rights every person has to be treated equally, no matter their race or background. These rights include the right to vote, access to education, and protection from discrimination. In the United States, all citizens have the right to civil rights, regardless of their background.
Civil Rights for All Americans
2. Slide
60 seconds
Civil Rights: The rights of all citizens to be treated equally and to have equal access to services and opportunities, regardless of race, color, religion, gender, or national origin. Segregation: The enforced separation of people or groups of people based on their race or ethnicity. Discrimination: The unequal and unfair treatment of people due to their race, gender, religion, or other protected characteristic.
3. Word cloud
120 seconds
What is the most important civil right all Americans should have?
4. Poll
60 seconds
What do you think is the most important civil right for all Americans?
  • Freedom of speech
  • Right to vote
  • Right to bear arms
  • Freedom of religion
  • Equal protection under the law
5. Slide
60 seconds
The Civil Rights Act of 1964 was the first federal law to outlaw discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, and national origin. The Civil Rights Movement was a struggle by African Americans in the mid-1950s to late 1960s to achieve social, political, and economic equality. The Little Rock Nine were a group of nine African American students who enrolled in an all-white high school in 1957 in an effort to end racial segregation in public schools.
Did you know?
6. Open question
300 seconds
How did the Civil Rights Movement change the lives of all Americans?
7. Slide
60 seconds
The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) is a law that protects people with disabilities from discrimination in employment, public services, transportation, and other areas. The ADA makes sure that people with disabilities have the same rights and opportunities as everyone else. The ADA also requires employers to provide reasonable accommodations to employees with disabilities.
Americans with Disabilities Act
8. Open question
300 seconds
What are the differences between the Civil Rights Movement and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)?
9. Slide
60 seconds
Women have been fighting for equal rights since the 1800s. In 1920, the 19th Amendment gave women the right to vote. Women continue to fight for equal rights in areas such as healthcare and wages. There has not been an act put into place to protect women's rights within the United States.
The Fight for Women's Rights in America
10. Open question
120 seconds
How has the role of women changed in the United States since the Civil Rights Movement?
11. Open question
300 seconds
What would it mean for all Americans if the Civil Rights Movement and the ADA had never happened?
12. Open question
300 seconds
How has the fight for Civil Rights for ALL Americans impacted us today?

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