(PRWEB) April 19, 2002
FOR NEWS RELEASE on or before April 19, 2002
Robert Urich's film ÂApril MorningÂ and FamilyForest.com Recommended to Commemorate April 19th, 1775.
What happened on this day in history (April 19th) should be known by every American. Sadly it is not.
The Ancestral Marketing Institute recommends to history teachers and parents the new Family Forest software and the Hallmark film, ÂApril MorningÂ as two excellent aides to remind Americans of this important day in history Â when 227 years ago "the shot heard Âround the world" was fired.
ÂThis day marks the beginning of AmericaÂs long struggle to secure the freedoms and liberty we cherish Our goal is to have our nationÂs history teachers share with their students what happened on April 19th 1775Â, says Thomas E. Nocera of the Ancestral Marketing Institute. ÂKeeping these colorful events of our past alive for our children, and for future generations, is every patriotic AmericanÂs responsibility, especially for parents and teachersÂ, Nocera said today.
"One new and exciting way to bring history to life for this computer savvy generation is through FamilyForest.com 's "People-Centered Approach To History", suggests Nocera. ÂBy exploring the latest Family Forest CD-ROM title, which now spans over 2000 years, one discovers AmericaÂs History through the individuals and families that created it."
ÂTeaching ourselves and our children to look at things differently can be an extremely mind-broadening experience" said Sandy Berger of AARP and Compukiss.com
Another way to capture the interest of both children and adults is through motion pictures. ÂWe highly recommend a film co-produced by Hallmark's Robert Halmi, Jr. and MGM's Samuel Goldwyn Jr. titled "April Morning", which stars the late Robert Urich and Tommy Lee Jones.
ÂApril MorningÂ tells the story of the Lexington Alarm. ÂApril MorningÂ is an excellent fictional rendition of a day in the life of some of the families living in and near Lexington and Concord, Mass. whose lives were changed by the events of April 19th 1775.Â says Bruce Harrison, the President of Millisecond Publishing Company, Inc. and visionary behind the Family Forest project.
Let us not allow these significant historic events of AmericaÂs heritage, be forgotten. Something everyone can do today to keep those events alive for generations yet to come is to visit the Family Forest Archive page at http://www.familyforest.com/archives.html and read some of the stories that are part of AmericaÂs history.
Thomas E. Nocera, M.A.
The Ancestral Marketing Institute
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