Lincoln Project Videos, which is based on the popular Lincoln Project series, recently announced a new series of video series, which will be released in late October.
The first series, entitled Lincoln’s first video, is an homage to the 19th century abolitionist and civil rights activist Abraham Lincoln.
The series will be filmed at Lincoln’s home and features a number of celebrities including former President Barack Obama and former First Lady Michelle Obama.
The Lincoln Project’s website has a link to a $100K goal for the series.
The $100k goal has raised more than $1.5 million for the campaign, which was started by Lincoln’s granddaughter, Sarah Lincoln, who has been involved in the campaign since she was a teenager.
Sarah said the goal is to raise $1 million in the next three months.
The goal was originally set to be raised at $100 million, but the campaign raised more money than expected.
The campaign’s website notes that the goal has now been surpassed and the series will continue with new clips released every month.
The campaign has also set up a fundraising page to help fund its operation.
Sarah Lincoln said the campaign is a great way to celebrate Lincoln’s life and legacy.
“Lincoln is a person that we should all remember, and I think the whole country should remember,” she said.
“I think the first video will show people that Lincoln really was.”
Sarah Lincoln hopes the campaign will continue the tradition of supporting Lincoln’s legacy.
“The American people are going to look back at this in five, 10 years and say, ‘Oh yeah, they knew who Abraham Lincoln was, they did his movies,'” she said, “and that’s what we want to do, to show the American people that this is the man that Abraham Lincoln is.”
We want to show people in five or 10 years that he was a great American, he was an American patriot, he fought for our country,” Sarah said.