Abraham Lincoln, a little-known lawyer at the age of 28, delivered a lecture before a gathering of young men and women at the Young Men’s Lyceum in 1838. He spoke of the dangers of slavery in the United States, mob violence, and the future of the nation itself.. It was so well received that his reputation soon extended beyond the limits of the locality in which he lived.
Spain, United States
Freedom is not Free
Dianna Ippolito,Brett Lark
Female Filmmaker, Short Films under 15 mins