Kid-friendly resource honors Black History Month through dance music

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Kid-friendly resource honors Black History Month through dance music

Mellodees, a music-based educational YouTube channel in collaboration with electronic music artist Marshmello, released a new song in honor of Black History Month, introducing kids to important Black figures through a catchy, dance-inspired sing-along. 

The tune’s accompanying video features two characters, Dee and Arbie, as they travel through a history book to meet prominent Black activists, leaders and culture makers, like Harriet Tubman, Barack Obama, poet Maya Angelou, and the late actor Chadwick Boseman. At the end, an Angelou quote flashes behind the two characters, “A free bird leaps on the back of the wind.” Read more…

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