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Anti-Systemic Racism Resources: Civil Rights Movements

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Native American Rights Movements

"The Native rights movement had a dual goal—achieving the civil rights of native peoples as American citizens, and the sovereign rights of Native nations. Native activists fought against dispossession, racism, poverty, and violence, but they also focused on protecting treaty rights and keeping native tribes distinct." Smithsonian Indivisble.

History of the Civil Rights Movements

In addition to providing many resources on combating systemic racism, we are including links to resources on the Civil Rights Movement, inspired in part, by Northeastern University's Ian Thompson and Margaret Burnham's:  How Do Today's Black Lives Matter Protests Compare With The Civil Rights Movement of The 1960s.   

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