Civil Rights Movement Movies for Middle School

When my boys and I are studying a time period in history we love to watch movies that go along with all the wonderful picture books we choose to read together.

This year our first topic of study for history is the civil rights movements and these are the movies we plan to watch along with our long list of books.



I can not wait to dive right in with the boys!

Movies:

The Help

The Help


Remember the Titans

Remember the Titans (Widescreen Edition)

Hidden Figures

Hidden Figures

Men of Honor

Men of Honor by 20th Century Fox

Ghosts of Mississippi

Ghosts of Mississippi

Ruby Bridges

Ruby Bridges

The Long Walk Home

The Long Walk Home

The Rosa Parks Story

The Rosa Parks Story

Selma

Selma


42: The Jackie Robinson Story


Freedom Song

Let Freedom Sing; Music of the Civil Rights Movement 

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The History Channel Presents Voices of Civil Rights


Our Friend, Martin


Watsons Go to Birmingham

(All of these movies are rated either PG or PG-13)

Here is a list of the books we're reading to go along with our Civil Rights Movement study. 



Comments

  1. Fantastic list! We watched Help, Hidden Figures, Remember the Titans and 42.

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    1. Thanks! I LOVED Hidden Figures and The Help and Remember the Titans are also favorites of mine.

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  2. Great list of movies! Thanks for sharing on Farm Fresh Tuesdays!

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