The team behind '63 Boycott
launched a new blog today: '63 Boycott: A Living History
will document stories shared with us by participants in the historic march against segregation in Chicago schools of October 1963, struggles in public education today, as well as production updates and source materials discovered while making the film.
The launch of this blog is a major step in realizing the essential goal of the project: to provide a modern perspective of the impact and legacy of the 1963 Boycott. Part oral history, part news blog, A Living History
promises to be an engaging resource for exploring 50 years of student activism. The filmmakers note that "A Living History
will be active, updated frequently, and live on long after the film is completed."