Grades 9-12
  • TIME:
    2-3 Hours
    Free to Teachers and Students
    Common Core State Standards for Writing and Literacy in History/Social Studies


The Underground Railroad. Frederick Douglass. The Harlem Renaissance. Brown vs. Board of Education. EVERFI’s 306 – African-American History informs and inspires today’s students through history’s most important stories of African-American women and men who have overcome obstacles through grit, strength, creativity and intellect. Using important primary texts and compelling vignettes, this digital course introduces students to African-American history in science, academia, music, and the arts, and communicates this history in a way that builds shared values and inspires today’s youth to become tomorrow’s leaders. In 306, students have the unique opportunity to explore and reflect on key themes of African-American history that showcase reliance on critical life skills like determination, resilience, intellect, creativity, and ambition.

This Course Covers

  • Underground Railroad
  • Frederick Douglass
  • Madam CJ Walker
  • Hiram Revels
  • Phillis Wheatley
  • The Harlem Renaissance
  • Althea Gibson
  • Brown vs. Board of Education
  • The Freedom Rides

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