One camera and a bunch of kids for Black History Month

Crunch Bunch does it again, but this time with the release of their new feature film documentary Luvin' My History: Celebration of Praise (Barack) - the first Black History Documentary of its kind combines arts and education makes the learning fun.
Feb. 13, 2013 - PRLog -- With just one camera, over 30 students enrolled in an Arts Education program pulled off the productions of a feature film (1-hour) - Luvin’ My History; Celebration of Praise (Barack).  They produced the very first Black History Documentary of its kind, combining arts to the education, which makes the learning simple and fun without the violence of most black history segments.

People Involved in Motivating Our Students Higher (PIMOSH) is a non-profit Arts & Education firm on a mission to make learning simple and fun.  For this project, extremely talented students ranging  in age from 6 months to 15, along with high school and college interns, parents, and community members - over 60 people involved in this little project that could.  

The journey begins with simple definitions of “What is History?” The remaining journey takes the watcher to the Transatlantic slave trade as depicted by Stephen Hayes Cash Crops Exhibit (Courtesy of Harvey Gantt Center/Charlotte, NC), a trip and visit to Martin Luther King Monument/Washington, DC, talks about the Chocolate Political Party, Interviews from youth to elders and all those in between.  Explore what politics mean to US citizens (adults and kids), and the ultimate celebration of praise for our 1st African American President Barack Obama.  

Here's a little piece of the Luvin' My History: Celebration of Praise (Barack) Black History Documentary:

Without a budget, and with only one camera, look what is possible with drive and determination.  The quality of this documentary stands toe to toe with big budget productions. Now, you can help share the good news of Black History, how it contributed to the growth of the US and is ultimately responsible for its rise to the super power it is.  

This Black History Documentary is special because it shines through the eyes of today’s youth. Students featured here, who, in many ways remain segregated, are, however, able to walk, talk, and share experiences with all ethnic groups.  This group is looking for the dream after Martin Luther King’s Dream.

Luvin’ My History: Celebration of Praise (Barack) is accompanied by a soundtrack (Crunch Bunch) filled with powerful old Negro Spirituals like, “Lift Every Voice and Sing,” and “We Come this far by Faith,” along with new  hot (this generation) original hits, “Look @ Us,” “2 da Front (of the Bus),” and “Lift Ur Voice (The RE_MIX).”  Crunch Bunch products are available through your FREE Public Library on loan as well.

You can own the documentary and help People Involved in Motivating Our Students Higher (PIMOSH) produce the next feature film with your support.  Donations of $4.99, $6.99, or $9.99 are appreciated for a digital download copy of this limited edition version of Luvin’ My History: Celebration of Praise (Barack).  

Follow this link to make your donation NOW and get your download:

It’s a great movie (Documentary) for middle and high school students, and appropriate for the whole family.  It is recommended that a debrief session happen with your group and be sure to answer questions of the youth.

For more information about People Involved in Motivating Our Students Higher (PIMOSH), go here:
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