Free to Be… You and Me

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Free to Be… You and Me

racism educational

Free to Be… You and Me

Release Date: March 11, 1974

Year    :   1974
Slogan    :   «»
Genres    :   Animation, Family
Production Companies    :   Fred Wolf Films
Director    :   Fred Wolf, Len Steckler, Bill Davis
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RunTime    :   48 mins.

Free to Be…You and Me, a project of the Ms. Foundation for Women, is a record album, and illustrated book first released in November 1972, featuring songs and stories from many current celebrities of the day (credited as "Marlo Thomas and Friends") such as Alan Alda, Rosey Grier, Cicely Tyson, Carol Channing, Michael Jackson, and Diana Ross, among others. An ABC Afterschool Special using poetry, songs, and sketches, followed two years later in March 1974. The basic concept is to encourage a post-60's gender neutrality, while saluting values such as individuality, tolerance, and happiness with one's identity. A major thematic message is that anyone, whether a boy or a girl, can achieve anything.




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