Civil Rights figure Diane Nash, along with others like Civil Rights attorney Fred Gray, was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom yesterday.
I thought I’d put together a quick list of resources about her life. You might also be interested in other “Best” lists about some of her contemporaries:
THE BEST RESOURCES FOR LEARNING ABOUT THE LIFE OF BOB MOSES
JOE BIDEN BEGAN HIS ACCEPTANCE SPEECH QUOTING ELLA BAKER – HERE ARE RESOURCES FOR LEARNING ABOUT HER
TERRIBLE NEWS: JOHN LEWIS HAS PASSED – LEARN ABOUT HIS LIFE
THE BEST RESOURCES FOR LEARNING ABOUT RUBY BRIDGES
Linda Brown, Of Brown vs. Board Of Education Case, Dies – Here Are Resources About Her Life.
The Best Resources For Learning & Teaching About Malcolm X
The Best Sites To Learn About The Greensboro Sit-Ins (It’s The Fiftieth Anniversary)
Best Resources For Teaching About Rosa Parks & 60th Anniversary Of The Montgomery Bus Boycott
The Best Websites For Learning About Martin Luther King
The Best Resources To Remember Dr. Martin Luther King’s Death (& Life)
The Best Resources For Learning About The “Little Rock 9”
Here’s what I have about Ms. Nash:
A LOOK BACK: “IDOLIZING JUST ONE PERSON UNDERMINES THE STRUGGLE”
Meet Diane Nash, the Civil Rights Icon Awarded the U.S.’ Highest Civilian Honor is from Smithsonian Magazine.
Diane Nash says she shares her Presidential Medal of Freedom with everyone who ‘sacrificed so much for the cause’ is from NPR.
How Freedom Rider Diane Nash Risked Her Life to Desegregate the South is from The History Channel.