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BLACK LIVES MATTER SONG FOR KIDS

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BLACK LIVES MATTER SONG FOR KIDS is in the KIDS FIRST! Film Festival - it may not be a regular, endorsed title
Recommended age 3-18
3 minutes
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AGNES LESTI
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I love this two and a half minute short because of its upbeat and inspirational song, the colorful animation and the message of love.

The dancing kids of many colors follow the lyrics, sharing grief and sadness when they are treated unfairly and joyful and empowered when they are treated with respect and love. The animation is a montage of hands, arms, faces of many colors and scenarios showing appropriate and inappropriate behaviors.

The message to everyone is: use your voice to let people know that you will stand up for all people of this world regardless of the color of their skin. Black Lives Matter! And by standers need to remember to stick up for other people that are being bullied because of their color.

I give Black Lives Matters 5 out of 5 stars and recommend it for ages 3 to18, plus adults. Reviewed by Nancy K., KIDS FIRST!

I love this two and a half minute short because of its upbeat and inspirational song, the colorful animation and the message of love.

The dancing kids of many colors follow the lyrics, sharing grief and sadness when they are treated unfairly and joyful and empowered when they are treated with respect and love. The animation is a montage of hands, arms, faces of many colors and scenarios showing appropriate and inappropriate behaviors.

The message to everyone is: use your voice to let people know that you will stand up for all people of this world regardless of the color of their skin. Black Lives Matter! And by standers need to remember to stick up for other people that are being bullied because of their color.

I give Black Lives Matters 5 out of 5 stars and recommend it for ages 3 to18, plus adults. Reviewed by Nancy K., KIDS FIRST!

This catchy tune by Hopster Studios encourages inclusivity amongst kids and teaches them to stand up against discrimination based on the colour of one's skin.
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