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Rights and Wrongs

In the 1960s, the civil rights movement made history as Americans took a stand against racial injustice. Join John Bradshaw on location in Selma, Alabama, as he examines the atrocities committed there and the bravery of those who stepped up to do what was right, even when it cost them their lives.

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It Is Written wants to help anchor children in the Word of God, so we created the My Place With Jesus Bible Guides. These Bible guides explain the plan of salvation, how to have a relationship with Jesus, and the major themes of the Bible. Designed for ages 7 to 12.

ABOUT THE PRESENTERS

JOHN BRADSHAW is the speaker/director of It Is Written, an international media evangelism ministry. It Is Written programs have been filmed on six continents, and are viewed around the world. John is married to Melissa, and they have two children.