Facing History and Ourselves just made it easy for young people, adults, educators and others to learn about the Civil Rights Movement from the Black activists and organizers who made it possible. The social justice organization announced Friday (February 8) that audiences can stream all of “Eyes on the Prize: America’s Civil Rights Movement 1954-1985” for free. Those who wish to teach “Eyes on the Prize” at home or in an education setting can consult these lesson plans from Blackside, the production company behind the 1987 docuseries. Watch the first episode below, then watch the rest at FacingHistory.org.
Now You Can Stream 'Eyes on the Prize' in Full for Free
Facing History and Ourselves just made the docuseries about the Civil Rights Movement—and lesson plans—available online.
Photo: Colorlines Screenshot of an archival photograph of the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. at the March on Washington, taken from Facebook on February 11, 2019.