We all have a voice. But if your cause is just and you remain silent, how can you make a difference? In the 1950s and 1960s one person, and then another, decided that they could no longer let their voices be silent; together they formed the Civil Rights movement. The voices that arose from the movement can help us learn how to effect social change today. In this interactive program, Sheila Arnold and Sarah Osburn Brady challenge students to raise their voices, continuing to make America the land of the free.
Audience Limit: 250
Program Length: 50 Minutes
Appropriate for Grades:
- Grade 4
- Grade 5
- Grade 6
- Grade 7
- Grade 8
- Grade 9
- Grade 10
- Grade 11
- Grade 12
Assembly Price: $800.00
Assembly Back-to-Back Price: $1,225.00
Sarah Osburn Brady is a touring artist from New Jersey. Please contact Katie Driskill, School and Community Relationships Coordinator, at 757-961-3737 to discuss tour availability!
Technical requirements are flexible based on the host’s capabilities.
What is a tour? A tour is a set number of programs (3-10) scheduled within a specific time span (2-5 days) and within a specific region. Tours are subject to change or cancellation if the minimum number of programs and/or dates are not met.
All tour pricing is subject to change based on number of programs, travel distance, hotel stays, and meals. Please contact us if you have any questions.
Take an inside look at this program.