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  • 1. Martin Luther King Jr.
  • 2. Civil RightsThe rights that guaranteecitizens of the UnitedStates of America equaltreatments in all placesAll individuals are treatedthe same and fairlywhether at work, school orsimply walking in the park.
  • 3. Martin LutherKing Jr. Born on January15, 1929 inAtlanta, GeorgiaAttended thesame college asboth his fatherand Grandfatherbefore himWas also aminister, husband and father
  • 4. How did Martin LutherKing Jr. Accomplish hisgoals?
  • 5. Very dedicated studentEntered college when he was onlyfifteen years oldIn 1955 he led the Montgomery busboycott which lasted almost a completecalendar yearThe bus boycott resulted in segregatedbusses being deemed unconstitutionalMr. King was inspired by Gandhi andRustin both of whom experiencedsuccess through peaceful activism.
  • 6. What did Martin Luther King Jr. do?Martin Luther King Jr. was avital part of many peacefuldemonstrationsHe worked to gain equalrights for African Americansin the U.S.1964 Martin Luther King Jr.was awarded a Nobel peachprize rewarding his efforts ofpeaceful protesting
  • 7. Martin knew that he had made a difference and thathis dream was shared by thousands of othersHe wasn’t only a minister but a figure of heroism inmany lives across the United States
  • 8. Punishment andPersecution Mr. King grew upsuffering fromsegregationHe was jailed for thefirst time in 1963 fordemonstrating without apermit
  • 9. Arrested again in 1965for reasons still unclearBrutally abused byBlack Muslims in thesummer of 1964
  • 10. In the same year as the first and only act led by Mr. Kingturns violent he is shot and killed inMemphis, Tennessee .Shortly afterwards Congress moves and makes all of Mr.Kings efforts worth while and pass Open Housing Act.
  • 11. How is Martin Luther King Jr.known today?Martin Luther King Jr. is known around the world for hisextreme efforts aimed towards racial equality and an un-segregated environment.The third Monday in January of every year is dedicatedto Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr,The year after he died cities all across the countrycelebrated the holiday for a whole week
  • 12. Martin Luther King Jr. Riding an Integratedbus after the Montgomery Bus boycott
  • 13.  Faith is taking the first step even when you cant see the wholestaircase. Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hatecannot drive out hate; only love can do that. Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about thingsthat matter. In the end, we will remember not the words of our enemies, butthe silence of our friends. I have decided to stick with love. Hate is too great a burden tobear.
  • 14.  Let no man pull you low enough to hate him. Only in the darkness can you see the stars. Intelligence plus character - that is the goal of trueeducation. A man who wont die for something is not fit to live. The time is always right to do the right thing.
  • 15. I Have a Dream I say to you today, my friends, even though we facethe difficulties of today and tomorrow,I still have a dream. It is a dream deeply rooted in theAmerican Dream. I have a dream that one day thisnation will rise up and live out the true meaning of itscreed: "We hold these truths to be self-evident; thal allmen are created equal".
  • 16.  I have a dream that one day down in Alabama with itsvicious racists, with its governor having his lipsdripping with the words of interposition andnullification one day right there in Alabama little blackboys and black girls will be able to join hands withlittle white boys and little white girls as sisters andbrothers.I have a dream today.