Street Law is thrilled to announce the launch of, its exciting new curricular project supported by a Library of Congress Teaching With Primary Sources (TPS) grant. is an interactive, educational site designed to teach middle and high school students about the historical evolution of U.S. laws on important contemporary legal issues. The site currently features three timelines that take students through the legal history of suffrage, federalism, and the legal rights of the accused. Each timeline is rich with engaging and educational visuals, resources, and inquiry-based learning activities that include many primary sources from the Library of Congress’ collection. Go here to learn more.