“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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“Thank you for a fantastic performance! Your top-notch performers always keep our students engaged. Your mission of diversity is a powerful message that our students need to hear.”

Ronald Corn

Curriculum Director, Haddon Heights School District


  • Live Commentary
  • Live Musical Performance
  • Integrated Video Projection 

TARGETED GRADE LEVEL: Elementary (Version K-5) and Secondary (Version 6-8, 9-12)

PROGRAM MATERIALS: Student Worksheets and Teaching Resource Guides

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 teachers and administrators say?

"The enthusiastic reaction from our students to the program, and positive remarks by our staff members confirms the [your] production is a winner. We plan to have you back
Marshall Ceasar
Assistant Principal,
Ann Mullen Middle School
“Worth every penny of our school’s assembly budget. Our students gained greater understanding of diversity issues...they really liked the program.”
Marge Henton
Central regional high school
“Fantastic! Your assemblies are always well received by the entire school.”
Angela Melroy
Teacher/Assembly Coordinator Bells Elementary School