Radnor’s Lincoln Financial Releases Audio Anthology on Civil Rights Movement for Kids
The Lincoln Financial Foundation, the philanthropic arm of Radnor’s Lincoln Financial Group, has released a new audio anthology for children called “We Stood Up: Reflections on the Civil Rights Movement.”
Some of the most influential voices on civil rights and social change are included in the album, including the late Julian Bond, Franklin McCain, and Shirley Franklin.
The album, produced by Emmy Award-winning composer Rodney Whittenberg, also features original songs for children and a reading of the legendary Maya Angelou’s “Caged Bird,” by her great-granddaughter, Caylin Johnson.
The album, which is available on iTunes, is being released by Clamorhouse Kids, with all proceeds going to the Boys & Girls Club of Philadelphia. Schools, libraries, and nonprofits that serve children can download the educational album for free.
“President Abraham Lincoln’s ideals are at the heart of our company, and we launched this initiative to celebrate and honor the impact of his legacy on today’s children and on generations to come,” said Dennis R. Glass, Lincoln’s president and CEO.
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