Project C: The Children's March
Special | 31m 26s
This first episode explores Birmingham, Alabama as student reporters begin on a journey to discover how the civil rights movement of 1963 is still relevant today by visiting the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute, Bethel Baptist Church and more, to speak with experts. Congresswoman Terri Sewell and Ahmad Ward, Director of Education for the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute, answer viewer questions.
Aired: 10/29/13 |
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