Ben Franklin Zine Workshop
Nashville Public Television works with young people to bring films like Ken Burns' BENJAMIN FRANKLIN to life. Students at Margret Allen Middle School work with local teaching artist and poet laureate Cameron Mitchell; Michael Lapinski, illustrator; and Tori Zemer from Hatch Show Print Shop to create a zine. Learn how Franklin's ideas and discovery can help inspire our youth today.
BENJAMIN FRANKLIN is a production of Florentine Films and WETA Washington, D.C.
Corporate funding for BENJAMIN FRANKLIN was provided by Bank of America. Major funding was provided by David M. Rubenstein. Major funding was also provided by The Pew Charitable Trusts, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and by The Better Angels Society and its members Jeannie and Jonathan Lavine; University of Pennsylvania; Gilchrist and Amy Berg; Perry and Donna Golkin; Kissick Family Foundation; Deborah and Jon Dawson; Diane and Hal Brierley; McCloskey Family Charitable Trust; Cappy and Janie McGarr; Lavender Butterfly Fund; and Susan and Charles Shanor Charitable Trust.