This summer the Education Division will coordinate a number of fun and interactive learning experiences to take place in the month of July.
January 2019 on Knowitall.org
Happy New Year to all! This month, Knowitall features resources for Martin Luther King Day and African American History Month. Our Holocaust Remembrance Collection provides resources for International Day of Commemoration in Memory of the Victims of the Holocaust.
This Collection honors the work of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and relays much of the history of the Civil Rights era. The Collection includes:
This collection honors our history and the African Americans who made strides in the advancement of African Americans.
- The Father of African American History
- Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
- Ruby Bridges
- South Carolina Portraits
Designed to help teachers and students to learn about the people and the events, and the importance of the civil rights movement in South Carolina from the 1940s to the early 1970s.
This Collection honors Dr. King's work and relays much of the history of the Civil Rights era.
- Andrew Young on the Death of Martin Luther King, Jr.
- Beaufort County – Penn School Virtual Tour
- Beaufort County – The Green
- Benjamin Mays – S.C. Hall of Fame
- Charleston County – Centenary United Methodist Virtual Tour
- Colored Water Fountain | Periscope
- Coretta Scott King – Road Trip Through S.C. Civil Rights History
- Greenwood County – Dr. Benjamin Mays Birthplace Virtual Tour
- King at Penn Center – Road Trip Through S.C. Civil Rights History
- Land: Penn Center - A Natural State
- Leading the Struggle – Road Trip Through S.C. Civil Rights History
- Mahatma Gandhi | Periscope
- March on Washington | Crowd on the Mall | Periscope
- March on Washingon | Periscope
- March on Washingon | Road Trip
- Marian Wright Edelman – S.C. Hall of Fame
- Martin Luther King with President Lyndon Johnson | Periscope
- Martin Luther King, Jr. (1929-1968) – Road Trip Through S.C. Civil Rights History
- Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Celebrated at the State House – Palmetto Scene
- Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Legislation | Periscope
- Orangeburg County – Trinity United Methodist Church Virtual Tour
- Orangeburg Massacre, Part 4 – The Big Picture
- Penn Center: A Legacy, Part 2 – Social Injustice
- Policemen & Federal Marshals | Periscope
- Road Trip Upstate, Stop 3: Key Leadership
- Rosa Parks | Periscope
- Ruby Bridges (1960)
- Ruby Bridges Today | Periscope
- Septima Cl;ark – S.C. Hall of Fame
- Story of Ruby Bridges by Robert Coles | Periscope
- Why the Penn Center? Road Trip Through S.C. Civil Rights History
Knowitall's African American History Collection provides these resources—all in one place! Plan now to use them in February for African American History Month.
- A True Likeness (Richard Samuel Roberts, Photographer)
- African American History Month | Periscope
- Blythewood History
- Born To Rebel, Driven To Excel (Benjamin Mays)
- Civil Rights Youth Media Summit
- Civil Rights Movement
- Dizzy Gillespie: From the Be to the Bop
- Education of Harvey Gantt
- Family Across the Sea
- Homecoming: Art of Jonathan Green and Leo Twiggs
- Jail, No Bail
- Mary McLeod Bethune (Idella Bodie's S.C. Women)
- Modjeska Simkins (Idella Bodie's S.C. Women)
- Penn Center: A Legacy of Change
- Reflections of Columbia
- Road Trip! Through South Carolina's Civil Rights History
- Saving Sandy Island
- SC Confederate Flag
- South Carolina African American History Calendar
- Tuskegee Airmen
- Briggs v. Elliott
- Friendship Nine
- Noted African Americans
- Orangeburg Massacre
- Penn Center
- Slavery n South Carolina
There are seven overview sections. Each provides a short summary of a topic related to the Holocaust. Teachers can summarize these mini-lectures for their students or share them with more able readers. The overviews are intended to supplement the information in students' textbooks on each topic and provide a background for teaching the lessons that follow each overview. A Holocaust timeline and glossary are also included.
Trace the events of the Holocaust through the testimony of survivors who settled in South Carolina. Interviews are combined with dramatic archival footage for a powerful and moving record of the inhumanity that was experienced during the Holocaust.
Full interviews with South Carolinians who survived the Holocaust and those who liberated the concentration camps or witnessed the atrocities that took place.
The Holocaust Forum was a collaboration between the South Carolina Council on the Holocaust, ETV, and the South Carolina Department of Education.
NEW SERIES ADDED
- Blue Sky, Artist
- Bobby Richardson
- Cong. William Jennings Bryan Dorn Of Greenwood
- Dizzy Gillespie
- Ernest "Fritz" Hollings
- Frank Howard Of Clemson
- Governor James Edwards
- Joanne Woodward
- Matthew Perry
- Sen. Marion Gressette of Calhoun County
ADDITIONS TO EXISTING SERIES
For helpful information on using Knowitall all through the month!
As always, we welcome your comments and questions! We would love to hear from YOU!