Social change doesn’t come easily. From gay rights in the military, to feminism, to race equality, the cultural movements that have shaped the world have all started with small steps made by brave individuals outside the mainstream.
Today’s students are tomorrow’s changemakers, and what better way to inspire your class than introducing them to the history of U.S. counterculture? Help your students learn about individual actions that led to some of our nation’s most important progressive movements with this timeline:
This timeline is part of ABC-CLIO’s Pop Culture Universe: Icons, Idols, Ideas database, your platform for teaching American history through the cultural lenses of literature, radio, television, film, fashion, sports, technology, and more! Click here to activate your free preview of this database and gain access to:
- Curated resource libraries on each decade of American history from the 1900s to the present
- More than 5,400 primary and secondary sources, including more than 2,800 photos and illustrations and more than 200 audio and video recordings
- Biographies of iconic figures including J.K. Rowling, Steve Jobs, and Beyoncé
- Investigate activities including primary and secondary source materials to help students answer a central inquiry question