Civil Rights Digital Library
The Civil Rights Digital Library is maintained by the University of Georgia. It aims to provide a portal to enable users free access via the web to key materials relating to the history of the United States African American civil rights movement in the 1950s-1960s. These include links to books, documents, news films, photographs, articles, bibliographies, cartoons and other ephemera available via US websites. The site may be browsed by theme, person and event. Topics covered include school desegregation, civil rights protests, the contribution of Martin Luther King and key US civil rights legislation. The site also maintains a large teacher support section with lesson plans, timelines and annotated bibliographies of further readings. Intute.ac.uk
http://crdl.usg.edu/voci/go/crdl/home/