The Long Walk To Freedom DVD and Video civil rights
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The LONG WALK TO FREEDOM DVD includes the 30-minute video and a wealth of additional material that enables the viewer to put the stories contained in the documentary into the broader historical context of the Civil Rights Movement.

A history menu provides access to 120 pages of text and photographs that describe 16 key moments of developments in history, such as the 1960 sit-in protests, the 1963 march on Washington, the murder of Emmett Till, the 1965 march to Montgomery, the passage of the 1964 civil rights bill, and more.

A biography menu gives access to 12 video autobiographies of each of the activist portrayed in the documentary.

Originally conceived as an interactive educational tool, this disc fully utilizes the interactive capabilities of DVD technology to allow multiple approaches to learning.

A teacher’s guide can be printed from a psd file in the root directory of the DVD.