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Celebrate the 50th Anniversary of Freedom Summer.
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On July 2, 1964, President Johnson signed of the Civil Rights act, making segregation, the practice of h… More
Violet Diamond looks for the missing piece of her family history.
Violet's world blooms when she finally meets her father's mother and discovers the African American side… More
Get to know Coretta Scott King Honor winning novelist Brenda Woods, June's Author of the Month. She explains… More
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Will Nate Foster realize his dream of seeing his name in lights on Broadway? Find out in Five, Six, Seve… More
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Get your tap shoes ready for this musical number.
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Hit one out of the park with New Kid by Tim Green, April’s Author of the Month.
If only life were as … More
It's not easy to always be the "new kid."