The following links are resources recommended by session presenters, planning committee members, and past LNC speakers. Unless noted otherwise these are not required, but exploring those that interest you will enrich your experience both during and after the December Education Session. Also be sure to check out the Education Session Presentations page for slides presented during session and additional resource recommendations from presenters and class members.
- “Your American Dream Score” Quiz Please complete this quiz in advance and be prepared to reflect on your results during session.
- “What Is Privilege?” Please watch this short video before session.
International Civil Rights Center and Museum Recommendations and Relevant Links
- Greensboro Sit-In from the History Channel
- Facing History and Ourselves
- “Eyes on the Prize: Then and Now”, PBS
- “The Rise and Fall of Jim Crow,” PBS
- Jim Crow Museum of Racist Memorabilia at Ferris State University
- “What Was Jim Crow,” Ferris State University
- Civil Rights Movement Veterans
- Civil Rights Movement Timeline from the History Channel
- “The Civil Rights Movement: 1919-1960s” from the National Humanities Center
- A Guide to Jim Crow Laws
Additional Resource Suggestions
- “Meet Dudley Flood, Champion of Desegregation in North Carolina,” WUNC
- “The Statisticks Lottery” video
- “The First 2000 Days” video
- “The Opportunity Myth”
- “Today’s College Students Aren’t Who You Think They Are,” NPR
- “10 Questions to Understand School Funding in NC,” WUNC
- “What Public School Finance Officers Want You to Know About School Funding,” WUNC (featuring session presenter Jennifer Bennett)
- Highlights of the North Carolina Public School Budget
- AskNC: What Percentage of Lottery Money Goes to Education?
- “State Policy Paper Series: Strengthening Pathways Toward Postsecondary Success,” JFF
- Suggestions from Kris Nordstrom
- NCSU Doctorate in Adult and Community College Education