“You have the right to be seen, heard, and respected”
In 1990, Nickelodeon unveiled the “Nickelodeon Declaration of Kids’ Rights” at the opening of the Nickelodeon Studios in Florida. The document listed seven crucial rights to apply to all children and now, thirty years later, the network is teaming up with a handful of its most popular stars to share the message with you. Read the original document here:
Yesterday, Nickelodeon released a video featuring stars like Gabrielle Nevaeh, Dylan Gilmer, Annie LeBlanc, and more to share with Nickelodeon’s new generation of viewers and to remind everyone that Black Lives Matter.
Nickelodeon has been an incredible resource for their audience to learn more and be involved in the Black Lives Matter movement. Don’t miss their “Kids, Race, and Unity” Nick News Special on Monday.