How to watch Lincoln Project ad: ‘This is a film about people’
How do you watch the Lincoln Project film about the Civil War?
You can do it from your couch.
The Lincoln Project, the first project in which the Obama administration will invest public money in the reenacting of American Civil War battles, will air a documentary series starting on Wednesday called The Civil War, The Civil Rights Movement, and The Lincoln Project: A Film About People.
The series, which will be produced by the White House and the Department of State, is expected to be one of the most expensive documentaries ever produced by any presidential administration.
It will be made possible by a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities, which has been working for years to produce documentaries about the civil rights movement.
The program will also feature an interactive, interactive video on the civil war and the rise of the civil right.
It will be the first presidential project to be funded through the Endowment’s Public Education Initiative, which was established in 2011 to help fund documentary programs aimed at raising awareness about the issues of the day.
The grant will pay for the documentary.
The White House has said the project will help raise public awareness about civil rights.
It also aims to draw attention to the importance of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, which gave the U.S. Congress the authority to establish a National Civil Rights Commission.
The law, signed by President Lyndon Johnson in 1964, created the first civil rights commission in the nation’s history.
The project was created as part of the White Houses Initiative on Civil and Human Rights, a $100 million initiative aimed at bringing attention to important social, economic and environmental issues facing Americans.
The initiative is the first step in the Obama Administration’s plan to revitalize public education, which President Donald Trump has said he wants to end.
The Civil Rights Initiative, a partnership between the Departments of Education and Labor, is one of many programs the Obama White House is pursuing to strengthen and advance civil rights programs in the U