February One is a film that recounts the story of four freshmen from North Carolina A&T University who initiated the 1960 Greensboro Woolworth lunch counter sit-ins, which set in motion a whirlwind of sit-ins that swept the South and re-ignited the Civil Rights Movement. Students and teachers are invited to participate in a community forum where civil rights participants will discuss their roles in the movement.
Contact our Education Coordinator – Betty Rhodes to sign up for this activity at 919.226.8879 or betty [at] carolinatheatre [dot] org.
Download Lesson Plan here.
Ask about reduced priced tickets for Title 1 schools that qualify.