Sharon Draper, New York Times bestselling and multiple Coretta Scott King Award winning-author, discusses the creation and inspiration for her novel Panic.
The Smithsonian accepts the Congressional Gold Medal on behalf of Martin Luther King Jr. and Coretta Scott King at the commemoration ceremony of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.
Congressional leaders held a ceremony to mark 50th anniversary of Civil Rights Act of 1964 and award Congressional Gold Medal posthumously to Martin Luther King, Jr. and Coretta Scott King.
Author, illustrator, puppeteer, performer...the list of Ashley Bryan's achievements is almost as diverse as the his list of awards and accolades. A multiple recipient of the Coretta Scott King Award and numerous other honors, Bryan celebrates and educates on the African-American experience through words, pictures and puppetry. This Islesford, Maine resident is truly an American treasure.
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On September 15, 1963, a bomb destroyed a black church in Birmingham, Alabama, killing four young girls who were there for Sunday school. It was a crime that shocked the nation-and a defining moment in the history of America's civil-rights movement. Now, nearly 35 years later, acclaimed filmmaker Spike Lee tells the full story of the bombing, through heart-wrenching testimonials from surviving members of the victims' families, insights from Bill Cosby, Walter Cronkite, Andrew Young, Coretta Scott King and many others, and a rare and revealing interview with former Alabama Governor George Wallace.
Spike Lee tells the full story of the 1963 bombing of a black church in Birmingham, Alabama that killed four little girls and became a defining moment in the history of America's civil-rights movement.
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