Dust off your mic and join in on the #fallartsrap challenge that is inspired by "Hamilton's America!" Learn more.
Learn more about Eleanor Roosevelt's efforts to pass the Universal Declaration of Human Rights on December 10, 1948.
Take a journey along a path of nonviolent resistance and peaceful change that has become more common in the 20th century. Discover more!
Lay down some bars with our latest teacher challenge that is inspired by “Hamilton’s America.” Dust off your mic and check it out!
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Iowans’ Experiences in Freedom Summer of 1964
Explore IPTV's new collection featuring first-person accounts from Iowans who participated in this historic civil rights event.
Alexander Clark: An Iowa Civil Rights Pioneer
Learn more about the historic contributions of this Iowan, including a landmark historic school desegregation case.
New IPTV Collection: History of the Iowa Caucuses
Investigate forty years of Iowa caucus history, from the 1968 Democratic National Convention through Obama's historic 2008 victory.
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Enter to win a one month supply of coffee for your teachers' lounge! One grand prize winner will a complete makeover for your school's teachers' lounge.