Mighty Times: The Children's March tells the story of the courageous children of Birmingham, Alabama, who in 1963 challenged segregation in their city despite police dogs, fire hoses, and threats of arrest.
This Academy Award winning film created by the Southern Poverty Law Center revisits the Civil Rights Movement, documenting the particular contributions and courage of young people working for racial justice."The Children's March is a beacon of hope for young people who see and experience social problems and feel disempowered," said Jennifer Holladay, director of the Center's tolerance programs.
Free and everyone welcome.
The film is part of the Building a Culture of Peace film series.
LR Berger, NE Associate, Pace e Bene Nonviolence Service, (603) 496-1056