Stephen Wesson is an educational resource specialist at the Library of Congress, where he helps develop teacher resources and online programs that promote the effective use of the Library’s collections and expertise. A veteran of educational media, before coming to the Library he managed print and online programs for a number of educational companies and organizations.

Articles by Stephen

National Treasures

Help your students travel through time with primary sources from the Library of Congress.

The Civil Rights Act of 1964: Making Our Nation Whole

The Civil Rights Act outlawed hiring discrimination, segregated public schools and public spaces and discriminatory voter registration policies, paving the way for future civil rights legislation.
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