Journey to Equal Rights Education Program
Through virtual exploration of the places that ignited movements for social justice, the Journey to Equal Rights program amplifies the stories of activism that continue to shape our world today. Journey to five sites in an immersive 3D environment and learn from local guides about the people and places that sparked lasting change.
Accompanying lesson plans provide an opportunity for educators to bring these historic places and stories into the classroom.
We at CyArk are looking to connect with teachers who would like to deploy these materials in the classroom to learn what works (and what doesn't) so that we can improve these resources over time. We would love to stay in touch and follow up with a survey to find out more about your experience with Journey to Equal Rights in the classroom. Find out more and sign up below.
Explore the materials:
What subject(s) will you teach in the coming school year?
What grade levels will you teach in the coming school year?
Please select one or more locations your are interested in teaching in the classroom:
Stonewall National Monumnet
Angel Island Immigration Station
Martin Luther King Jr. National Historical Park
Women's Rights National Historical Park
César E. Chávez National Monument
Please select an approximate week you plan to use the Journey to Equal Rights materials in the classroom:
I would like to complete a follow-up survey and provide feedback about my experience using these materials in the classroom (teachers will receive a $100 Amazon gift card for completing the survey)
Never submit passwords through Google Forms.
This form was created inside of CyArk.