These thought-provoking programs provide an in-depth look at the issues of the Underground Railroad, Slavery in America and the Civil Rights Movement, as well as related contemporary topics such as issues of race, human rights and community activism. The Freedom Center content correlates to state standards in Social Studies, American History, Civics and Global Issues. Through SAFARI Montage, users can integrate this stirring and inspiring content into playlists and multimedia lesson plans.
Freedom Heroes profiles everyday people who have done extraordinary things to promote positive change in their communities, including, Arnice Smith, Azim Khamisa, Caridad Asesnsio, Craig Kielburger, Daniel Beaty, Ernest Michel, Gillian Caldwell, Jean Robert Cadet, Karin Rivas, Modeane Thompson, Sister Beth and Taron Lexton/Mary Shuttleworth.
Freedom Stations programs feature historic Underground Railroad sites and provide viewers with compelling features of the historic communities, people and beliefs that were central to the Underground Railroad, such as, Cincinnati, Ohio, Detroit, Michigan & Buxton, Ontario, Oberlin, Ohio, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Ripley, Ohio and Rochester, New York.
Speeches — Dorothy Height on Freedom and Equality, Dr. Gibson Kamau Kuria on Freedom and International Responsibility, President Bill Clinton on Cooperation and Freedom and Injustice.
Interviews — Isaac Hayes Interview: The Meaning of Freedom and the Nick Clooney Interview: The Situation in Darfur.
Documentaries — A Question of Freedom and The J.W. Anderson Slave Pen: A Story of Preservation.
Dramatizations — Elevator, In the Net, Just Passin’ Through and The Movement.
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