Eyes on the Prize is a seminal documentary on the Civil Rights Movement. It is broken into 14 parts, each approximately one hour in length. So often today students feel so out of touch with that era, and have a difficult time conceptualizing what went on then, how it must have felt, etc. This documentary does an excellent job of bringing that piece of important history back to life.
I have created viewing guides to go with the first and second parts, with more to come within the month. The first part is about the murder of Emmett Till and the Montgomery Bus Boycott. The second part is about the efforts to integrate schools in Arkansas, Alabama and Mississippi.
For just $1, you can purchase a viewing guide and answer key to the section you want to show. Check it out!