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Lincoln's Legacy Trailer

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Uploaded by Henrietta Antwi on 08 Apr 2015 in Philadelphia

Young people have a lot of questions. So in celebration of the 150th Anniversary of the 13th Amendment and the Emancipation Proclamation, we asked some people to share their wisdom. We cordially invite you to record your oral history for the Lincoln's legacy project.

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Janice Scott posted 2015-09-14 12:16pm

Awesome interview with former Mayor of Atlanta Shirley Franklin. I was most excited to hear her speak about when she attended the March on Washington.

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Dawn Picone posted 2015-09-14 8:57am

I agree that all it takes is positive thinking. Equality is an important ongoing issue, and if everyone opened their minds and hearts, the world would be a better place.

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Dawn Picone posted 2015-09-14 8:57am

I agree that all it takes is positive thinking. Equality is an important ongoing issue, and if everyone opened their minds and hearts, the world would be a better place.

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Kamarlia Reid posted 2015-09-11 4:39pm

It is great when young people get involved in activities that instill in them and sense of connection to the past and a sense of community. According to David Rubenstein, "You can do anything to help other people — giving your time, your energy and your ideas; that is philanthropy as well, not just writing checks. If you don’t have a lot of money you can do many other things to help people, and if you have a small amount of money you can contribute small amounts of money".

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Lashanda Hopson posted 2015-09-10 11:08am

I love how the children were doing the interviews. These children won't know now but as they grow into our future they can look back and see the AWESOME leaders that help pave the way for them.

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