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Dr. Robert Moses-The Algebra Project. Mississippi Educational Broadcasting. Jackson, Mississippi. April 25, 2000.

Greensboro Sitins: Launch of Civil Rights Movement

Greensboro Public Library. Audio and video files

Introduction to Federal Voting Rights Laws. United States Department of Justice. Civil Rights Division. Voting Section.

National Civil Rights Museum, Memphis, Tennessee

Six Years of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee 1960-1966. Published by the Metalab of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and Center for the Public Doman

SNCC 1960-1966 Six years of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee. Ibiblio at University of North Carolina.

Solving the Urban Crisis Through Sustainable Community Development. Panel #1: Perspectives on Locally Based Community Development. A Brookings Conference. Dave Dennis, The Algebra Project, panelist. April 22, 1999.

The Algebra Project.

The Algebra Project.

The Algebra Project. Conversation with Algebra Project trainer Jackie Rivers and Algebra Project graduate Claude Sneed. Excerpted from NCREL's (Northern Central Regional Educational Laboratory) videoseries, Schools That Work: The Research Advantage, videoconference 2, Children as Problem Solvers (NCREL, 1991)

The Algebra Project-Origins, by Marian Currell, Algebra Project Trainer and Math Coordinator at the Martin Luther King, Jr. Academic Middle School in San Francisco, CA. (ca.1997)

The Algebra Project: Organizing in the Spirit of Ella.
Robert Moses, Mieko Kamii, Susan McAllister Swap, Jeffrey Howard
Civic Practices Network (CPN) A Learning Collaborative for Civic Renewal Reprinted from Critical Studies in Organization and Bureaucracy, edited by Frank Fischer and Carmen Sirianni. Revised and expanded edition. Temple University Press,1994. pp. 497-519. This article originally appeared in Harvard Educational Review 59, no.4 (November1989): 423-43.

The Civil Rights Act of 1964
American History online Addison Wesley Longman 2000

The Civil Rights Era Library of Congress Memory Project
Part 1: Desegregation | Civil Rights in the Arena and on the Stage

The Civil Rights Era Library of Congress Memory Project
Part 2: Sit-ins, Freedom Rides, and Demonstrations

The Struggle for Racial Equality: 1964/1994
Cynthia Silva Parker

Transcript: The Algebra Project--Betty Ann Bowser interview with Robert Moses for NewsHour with Jim Lehrer. June 9, 2000.

Will the Circle Be Unbroken?

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