“This type of thing is what the generation needs. To be able to teach history in such a manner so quickly will surely keep everyone engaged.”
Santa Clarita, Ca (PRWEB) October 29, 2015
David Heredia of Heredia Designs LLC, launches a new, educational video series called Heroes of Color. The three-minute episodes will celebrate the outstanding achievements, courage and perseverance of a diverse group of heroes ranging from Black, Latino, Native American and Filipino backgrounds.
The pilot episode tells the story of the 369th U.S Army Regiment, also known as “The Harlem Hellfighters.” This was one of many segregated black military units that in 1918 served in Word War 1 in France.
“This type of thing is what the generation needs. To be able to teach history in such a manner so quickly will surely keep everyone engaged,” said Joe Dillard, President of the NAACP.
David is no stranger to educating through art, as in 2012 Heredia Designs was commissioned for a two-year contract by the global education leader, Pearson. Through this business collaboration, Heredia Designs developed over 200 Kindergarten through 6th grade e-learning videos in accordance with English Language Arts and Math Common Core State Standards.
Heredia Designs is marketing the proposed 52 episode series to networks focused on educational programming. In addition, Heredia Designs will be marketing the series to schools as each video will include comprehensive lesson plans. For more information about the series, please visit http://www.heroesofcolor.com
About Heredia Designs, LLC
Heredia Designs, LLC provides animated instructional videos using motion graphics, 2D and Whiteboard animation. David Heredia is also a faculty member at The Art Center and Studio Arts in California, teaching a business freelance workshop that he developed to help struggling freelance artists.