“Get in good trouble, necessary trouble, and help redeem the soul of America.”

-John Lewis 

U.S. Congressman – 

Chairman, Student Nonviolent

Coordinating Committee (SNCC)

Daring young people from Ruby Bridges to the Freedom Riders provided a dynamic pulse for justice during the movement.  Student-led activism sparked the passage of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Learn how courageous students organized and risked it all to transform social norms. 

Through archival film footage and cultural songs, viewers are reminded that the movement is not just a part of history, but a part of present-day political reality.

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  • Live Commentary
  • Live Musical Performance
  • Integrated Video Projection 


CORE CURRICULUM & TOPICS:  Civil Rights, Activism, Youth Activism, Character Development, African American history, Multicultural Awareness, Non-violence,  Social Studies, Humanities, Unity

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What people say?

"Comments about the event have been extremely positive. Your multimedia presentation and invitation for the audience to clap and sing along made the performance most engaging, meaningful, and entertaining."
Andy A. Herrera
Director of Educational Equity and Diversity Programs Penn State University, The Behrend College
“Inspirational and memorable...a moving performance enjoyed by everyone in attendance...a wonderful experience.”
American University
Assistant director, multicultural affairs
"A different approach…well worth seeing. The production is outstanding.”
Asbury Park Press