Black History Month Film for Kids! - Bio4Kids: Frederick Douglass
Join Librarian Jimi Rider in viewing the Biography Channel film Bio4Kids: Frederick Douglass. This is one of thousands of films available through Access Films on Demand. Films on Demand is one of the many online resources available with your library card through NC LIVE and New Hanover County Public Library. After the film, Mr. Rider will present on other resources available through your library dealing with African American History, homework help, science, and more.
Born the son of a white father he never knew and a slave mother, Frederick Douglass learned to read and write while growing up on a plantation in Maryland. After escaping slavery in 1838, he turned his unique talents as a writer and orator toward the fight for emancipation. Bio4Kids explores Douglass’ many activities, including editing an abolitionist newspaper, recruiting Negro regiments during the war, or conferring with President Abraham Lincoln. Hosted by Tara Carnes. Distributed by A&E Television Networks. (45 minutes)Note: In case of network/internet difficulties, the DVD March on! the day my brother Martin changed the world : -- and more stories about African American history will be shown instead.
Related LibGuide: African American Resources by Carla Sarratt