Wednesday, February 3, 2010
Black History Month Videos
There are many great movies that could be used to commemorate Black History Month. But many of them are rated R. And for good reason. Rated R stuff happened - and continues to happen - in real life. But when you work with youth or churches, ya gotta tailor things a bit for that context. So, here is a list of videos we thought would be helpful resources for a wider audience: The Rosa Parks Story, Secret Life of Bees, Ruby Bridges, Selma Lord Selma, The Great Debaters, Remember the Titans, Ray, Pride, Malcolm X, Uncle Tom's Cabin, A Raisin in the Sun, Mississippi Burning, Amistad, Keep Your Eyes on the Prize, and Yes We Can: The Barack Obama Story. There are also some good online resources at the History and Biography websites.
Posted by Sara and Brian at 4:29 AM