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Wednesday, May 27

  1. page Directions to Register edited ... To access our students' wikispaces, click on the teacher names in the left navigation window. …
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    To access our students' wikispaces, click on the teacher names in the left navigation window. You may comment by selecting the discussion tab at the top of any page. Your comment will then become part of a virtual conversation for that page.
    Sincerely,
    RodAmanda Blaine, Rod Corey, Megan
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  2. page Directions to Register edited ... If you are a District employee - Username: Your last name – building (ie. rice-HMS or YHS or …
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    If you are a District employee -
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    for the greenblue box titled “Join Now – Free”.
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    To access our students' wikispaces, click on the teacher names in the left navigation window. You may comment by selecting the discussion tab at the top of any page. Your comment will then become part of a virtual conversation for that page.
    Sincerely,
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Tuesday, May 26

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Thursday, May 29

  1. page Directions to Register edited ... To register, go to http://wikispaces.com and look for the green box titled “Join Now – Free”. …
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    To register, go to http://wikispaces.com and look for the green box titled “Join Now – Free”.
    {joiningspace.png} Upon completion of your registration, wikispaces will send you an email to verify your account. Once you are verified, please visit our Civil Rights home page at Civil-Rights.wikispaces.com.
    To access our students' wikispaces, click on the teacher names in the left navigation window. You may comment by selecting the discussion tab at the top of any page. Your comment will then become part of a virtual conversation for that page.
    Sincerely,
    Rod Corey, Megan Rice, Bill Shardlow, Steve Simonton, and Ira Warshaw
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  2. page Directions to Register edited Dear Parents/Community Members, We are piloting a new hoping you will take part in an exciting …
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    Rights unit thiswe started last year. Our
    We would like your participation in this learning process. If you would like to participate in our online Civil Rights unit, you must register with Wikispaces at the address listed below. You will only need to complete steps 1, 2, and 3.
    In order to ensure our students’ online safety, we ask that you register in one of the following three ways:
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  3. page Directions to Register edited ... Username: Your last name – building (ie. rice-HMS or YHS or ROWE or YES) To register, go to h…
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    Username: Your last name – building (ie. rice-HMS or YHS or ROWE or YES)
    To register, go to http://wikispaces.com and look for the green box titled “Join Now – Free”.
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    Sincerely,
    Rod Corey, Megan Rice, Bill Shardlow, Steve Simonton, and Ira Warshaw
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Thursday, June 7

  1. page Lexi's Virtual Legacy edited ... They entered the school on the morning of September 23, 1957. Knowing there would be some kind…
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    They entered the school on the morning of September 23, 1957. Knowing there would be some kind of violence they entered through the back entrance. There was a large mob of angry whites surrounding the school, there were also reporters, however, many of them were in support of the nine black students. Many of the whites in the front of the school, had not realized that the blacks had entered the school. As they mobbed into the school, the nine black students left before anything else could happen.
    To make sure that the students had a successful year, President Eisenhower sent the 101st Airborne Division to Little rock. Each one of the nine students had their own solider, but whites still had the opportunity to beat them. Melba Patillo Beals, was stabbed and had acid poured into her eyes. A patroller then poured water into her eyes, if it weren't for him, she would have not been able to see again.
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    Eyewitness Testimonials:
    " I never expected it to be life threatening...I didn't have any real sense of how dangerous it could have been, and was, until we got home." (Ernest and the other eight, watched their terrifying first day on the television screen, after an exiting day of school.) "There was an air force base 'bout ten to fifteen miles down the road from our house. That night I slept, while planes came fly into our town. They came flying in by the thousands. There were paratroopers, and support equipment...lots of planes...they sent them all with support materials and jeeps..some people got hyper crisis. No one could get into the school without the appropriate passes. They had blocked off the school and secured the area very, very tightly."
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  2. page Lexi's Virtual Legacy edited ... Lexi's Virtual Legacy: Ernest Green Role in the Civil Rights Movement: Ernest Greens Green…
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    Lexi's Virtual Legacy: Ernest Green
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    They entered the school on the morning of September 23, 1957. Knowing there would be some kind of violence they entered through the back entrance. There was a large mob of angry whites surrounding the school, there were also reporters, however, many of them were in support of the nine black students. Many of the whites in the front of the school, had not realized that the blacks had entered the school. As they mobbed into the school, the nine black students left before anything else could happen.
    To make sure that the students had a successful year, President Eisenhower sent the 101st Airborne Division to Little rock. Each one of the nine students had their own solider, but whites still had the opportunity to beat them. Melba Patillo Beals, was stabbed and had acid poured into her eyes. A patroller then poured water into her eyes, if it weren't for him, she would have not been able to see again.
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