Can anyone point me toward resources that identify when the first use or uses of the term Civil Rights Movement was employed by participants of the modern-day movement (in "real time," not after the fact)? The editor I'm studying who was active from the 1940s until 1975 used the words "fight," "battle," and "struggle," but never the full phrase "civil rights movement."
Kim Mangun, firstname.lastname@example.org
Jewish Identity, the Holocaust, and Anti-Racist Struggles since 1945
Senate House, University of London, 26-27 September 2018
The National Women's History Museum has recently concluded an analysis of the U.S. state K-12 curriculum standards and their inclusion of women’s history. The report, Where are the Women? A Report on the Status of Women in the United States Social Studies Curriculum, can be found here: https://www.womenshistory.org/social-studies-standards
Here’s some bullet points summarizing what they learned: