Two students from different ethnic backgrounds hear a special voice that others around them do not which ultimately brings them together as they learn about the life of America's foremost civil rights leader. This program will grab your students' attention as they learn about Dr. King's contributions to the people of the United States and those living throughout the world. They will learn about King's childhood experiences with prejudice, his ability to speak in front of others, his commitment to nonviolence, and finally why it is so important to follow his message of hope and peace. License granted by Intellectual Properties Management, Atlanta, Georgia, as manager of the King Estate.
Learn about holidays and why we celebrate Martin Luther King, Jr.'s birthday.
Ask the students how they think certain parts of the country might have been different before Dr. King's influence. Briefly explain to them how segregation affected many communities.
Lead a discussion in what the students can do to keep Dr. King's dream alive...
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