Today as part of African American History Month we honor the pioneering and courageous spirit of Claudette Colvin. Nine months before Rosa Parks’ famous bus boycott, Colvin at 15 refused to give up her seat to a white passenger. She was inspired to stand up for her rights after learning about African American leaders in school. How many of you did not know about Claudette?
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We enjoy working with the National Women’s History Museum and we are continuing with them in the marketing of the spots directed by Catherine Hardwicke and with us post-producing spots at FILMLOOK. Check out the official NWHM Facebook and Twitter. Also, please make sure you sign the petition to tell Congress that Women’s History needs a home.