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Presented in conjunction with their upcoming Social Action Campaign, “Stand Tall: Live Like Lincoln,” we use segments from Steven Spielberg’s critically acclaimed film “Lincoln,” a DreamWorks Pictures/Twentieth Century Fox film, in association with Participant Media, to focus on the story of the passage of of the Thirteenth...
Presented in conjunction with their upcoming Social Action Campaign, “Stand Tall: Live Like Lincoln,” we use segments from Steven Spielberg’s critically acclaimed film “Lincoln,” a DreamWorks Pictures/Twentieth Century Fox film, in association with Participant Media, to focus on the story of the passage of of the Thirteenth Amendment. It’s January 1865. Abraham Lincoln has just been re-elected President of the United States in November of 1864. With the Union public hoping against hope for an end to the seemingly endless Civil War and results on the battlefield looking to make that result more and more likely, President Lincoln decides to move forward for passage of the historic legislation to end slavery in America.To obtain more details about the program including related curriculum standards, program objectives and agenda, pre and post program learning activities, and additional video and web resources related to the program, click on the Program Materials link on the right side of this page.
United States, president, United States history, Civil War, American history, state's rights, Doris Kearns Goodwin, Abraham Lincoln, history, Thaddeus Stevens, secession, election, Thirteenth Amendment, Steven Spielberg, slavery, Tony Kushner, constitution