History in the First Person-Stories of the Civil Rights Movement – Afternoon Program

    For many years, Sister Mary Antona Ebo has been hailed for her contributions to the civil rights movement of the 1960s. The Franciscan Sister of Mary, who was among those who went to Selma, Ala., in March of 1965 to march for voting rights for African Americans, shares her story with students and viewers. To obtain more details about the program including related curriculum standards, program objectives and agenda, pre and post program learning activities, and additional resources related to the program, click on the Educational Material tab. 1 pm program