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Norman Rockwell and The Problem We All Live With

In The Problem We All Live With, artist Norman Rockwell took a stand against racism

We Shall Overcome mural

The Story Behind The Song

We Shall Overcome

In this story, find out how a song helped steel the courage of African Americans as they struggled for civil rights

Words of Love

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Love in Poetry and Words

Love: the wit, wisdom, and poetry it inspires

President Obama

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Picturing the Presidency

Shadowing the president is difficult, but White House photographers must capture every moment for history

Everyday Arts Challenge

Long Legs:

Perform a grand jeté, or leap, like a ballet dancer. Measure the distance you go. Does it help to have a running start?

Everyday Arts Challenge
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