NEA Big Read is a program of the National Endowment for the Arts
in partnership with Arts Midwest.
This 45-minute production is designed to provide an honest and accessible portrayal of the American struggle for Civil Rights. The Freedom Riders, ‘Bombingham,’ the Montgomery bus boycott, and the March on Washington are just a few of the key events that will unfold before the audience. Key figures from the time period are brought to life and celebrated for their dedication to securing equal rights in America. This show is sure to provide a great launching pad for better understanding this challenging time in our nation.
Grade Levels 3-12
Tuesday, February 6, 2019
- BLACK HISTORY· HISTORY· SOCIAL STUDIES