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Other sites that may be of interest to Crossroads users:

The Civil Rights Digital Library A meta-site for many Civil Rights-related resources (including Crossroads). Includes items from several collections also represented in Crossroads, for example from the Memphis Public Library and Information Center.

National Civil Rights Museum A collection of U.S. artifacts, with special attention to the life and death of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., a prominent leader of the Civil Rights Movement.

Our Documents A national initiative sponsored by various organizations to allow students, teachers, parents, and the general public access to documents that are very important to American history.

Facing History and Ourselves An extensive collection student videos and resources for educators to help engage individuals in the study of the past and present.

National Archives and Records Administration A valuable archive collection of the nation's documents, materials, and other histroical interests that have been made available to the general public.

African-American Odyssey Website that hosts rare and unique items about African-Americans from the Library of Congress.

The Southern Oral History Program Program based at the Center for the Study of the American South at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. The initiative contains oral histories and digital libraries that pertain to various historical events of the South's extensive past.

Teachers Domain: Resources for Teaching the Civil Rights Period for K12 nice compilation of media resources from Public Television