NYC students study, make films about FDR's 4 freedoms

07/27/2014 | NY1 (New York City)

A group of New York City students with special needs are working on mini-films about President Franklin Roosevelt's four freedoms and what those freedoms mean to them and others. They've been visiting FDR's Four Freedoms Park, about a mile from their school, and learning how to shoot videos and conduct interviews for their films, which will be posted online.

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