Kids Saturday Nickelodeon: March On!

Kids Saturday Nickelodeon: March On!

70 Minute Running Time
Genre/Subjects: African-American, Family Friendly

Saturday, February 13 at 3pm - FREE!
An entertaining yet educational collection of films celebrates African American History. The stories which together have won 15 awards including the Andrew Carnegie Medal for Excellence in Children's Video, the Caldecott Honor, and ALA Notable Video and include celebrity narration by Lynn Whitfield, Michael Clark Duncan and others -- include: March On!: The Day My Brother Changed the World, Martin's Big Words, Rosa, Henry's Freedom Box: A True Story from the Underground Railroad. The lead story March On!: The Day My Brother Changed the World is a moving account of the day when Martin Luther King, Jr. presented his "I have a Dream" speech to the world, written by Dr. King's sister, Dr. Christine King Ferris. As a bonus, the DVD includes an interview with Dr. King.
Ages 5 - 12.

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