On a beautiful evening, Miz Mozetta puts on her red dress and blue shoes and dances the jitterbug just like she did many years before.
The 1960 civil rights sit-ins at the Woolworth's lunch counter in Greensboro, North Carolina, are seen through the eyes of a young Southern black girl.
From rooster crow to bedtime, a Kenyan boy plays and visits neighbors all through his village, even though he is supposed to be watching his grandfather's cows.
Sarah is both excited and nervous about being the flower girl in her aunt's wedding.
In South Africa, a Basotho girl paints designs on her house as a prayer to the ancestors for rain.
After Mama takes a job in Chicago during World War II, Ada Ruth stays with Grandma but misses her mother who loves her more than rain and snow.
A little girl describes a typical Sunday from the moment her mother wakes her up through the different elements of the worship service in church.
A grandmother tells the tale of Gullahs and their beautiful sweetgrass baskets that keep their African heritage alive.
A young farm girl tries to catch her favorite chicken, until she learns something about the hen that makes her change her ways.
From the back of the bus, an African American child watches the arrest of Rosa Parks.
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