National Archives Workplace Rights

The National Archives is a great place to find out the story of Workplace Rights through
1965. The other categories offer rich background and other fundamental aspects of rights of central interest to the mission of APHA. ( http://www.archives.gov/museum/visit/)
Under “Visit Us” click David Rubenstein Gallery and scroll down and click the Records of Rights small graphic box – you will see that it takes you off the Archives to a screen where you click the Records of Rights link:

http://recordsofrights.org/

That will take you to the screen with a drop down menu where you can click on Equal Rights; Rights to Freedom and Justice; Rights to Privacy and Sexuality; Workplace Rights; First Amendment Rights, and Rights of Native Americans.

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When you click on any of the links in the drop down menu it will take you to the sliding timeline presentation or you can follow these links directly:
http://recordsofrights.org/themes/2/first-amendment-rights
http://recordsofrights.org/themes/1/equal-rights
http://recordsofrights.org/themes/3/rights-to-freedom-and-justice
http://recordsofrights.org/themes/5/rights-to-privacy-and-sexuality
http://recordsofrights.org/themes/6/workplace-rights
http://recordsofrights.org/themes/4/rights-of-native-americans
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