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As the 21st century begins, equal educational opportunity for all American children remains a dream deferred. This public service announcement (PSA) campaign aims to help celebrate the progress the nation has made in the last 50 years and raise awareness about the need to recommit to the promise of Brown. It will be seen around the United States on television and through the Internet, and heard on the radio.

Children pose in front of a brick wall.

TV Ad - 15 Seconds

Fifty years ago, Brown versus. Board of Education outlawed segregated schools. But today, many children are still left behind -- without math and technology skills. Realize the dream. Mentor children. Demand accountability. Go to RealizetheDream.org

Children pose in front of a brick wall.

TV Ad - 30 Seconds

Realize the dream. Fifty years ago, Brown versus Board of Education outlawed segregated schools, promising the American Dream to everyone. Realize the dream. The dream of Brown is quality education for all. But in poor schools, many children are being left behind -- without the math and technology skills to compete in today's world. How will you realize the dream? Volunteer. Mentor. Demand accountability from schools and politicians. Learn more at RealizetheDream.org.

Children pose in front of a brick wall.

Radio Ad - 15 Seconds

Fifty years ago, Brown versus Board of Education outlawed segregated schools. But today, many children are being left behind, without math and technology skills. Mentor children. Demand accountability from schools and politicians. Learn more at RealizetheDream.org.

Radio Ad - 30 Seconds

Fifty years ago, Brown versus Board of Education outlawed segregated schools, promising the American Dream to everyone. The dream of Brown is quality education for all children. But in poor schools, many children are being left behind -- without the math, science and technology skills they will need to compete in today's world. How will you realize the dream? Volunteer. Mentor children. Demand accountability from schools and politicians. Learn more at RealizetheDream.org.