- 50th Anniversary of Brown v. Board of Education
A special website by the Montgomery County Public Schools that contains background information on the case and the decision, links to classroom resources, and lesson plans.
- Looking Back: Brown v. Board of Education
A special from National Public Radio looking back on the public schools and life before the Brown decision, during the trial, and how things changed afterwards. Includes, among other features: interviews with Thurgood Marshall; a piece on busing in Boston, MA; and interviews with teachers reflecting on the effects of the case.
- "With an Even Hand": Brown v. Board at Fifty
This special online exhibit from the Library of Congress provides detailed background on the issues surrounding the Brown case with sections on Racial Segregation, Brown v. Board, and Aftermath. These sections include access to a variety of primary sources.
- Civil Rights and Race in America
A brief annotated list of online resources on civil rights and race in America, provided by the Center for History and New Media and the MCPS Teaching American History grant, Conflict and Consensus.
- Brown v. Board of Education
This website is a digital archive containing a wide variety of primary sources and links to primary sources on segregation, racism, the Brown decision, and related cases. This archive is Backed by the Association for the Study of African American Life and History (ASALH) and organized by Journalism and Interactive Multi-Media undergraduate students at The College of New Jersey.
- The Rise and Fall of Jim Crow
This PBS site is an online companion to The Rise and Fall of Jim Crow, a television series that tells the story of the African-American struggle for freedom during the era of segregation. The site consists of six sections; including: A Century of Segregation, Jim Crow Stories, A National Struggle, Interactive Maps, Tools & Activites, and a For Teachers section.