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PEACE DAY. IMAGINE ALL THE PEOPLE...

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  • 1.  
  • 2. What does peace mean to you?
    • Loving everyone
    • Don't fight
    • Respecting everybody
    • Don't call eachother names
    • Smile, laugh, and love
  • 3. Ned Flanders
    • Why does Ned Flanders represent peace?
  • 4. Symbols of Peace Miley Cyrus gives Peace sign. Peace symbol. A white dove. Woodstock 1969
  • 5. Peaceful Representatives
    • Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
    • Gandhi
  • 6. Martin Luther King Jr
    • MLK was the father of the civil
    • rights movement in the United
    • States.
    • Led the movement to end racial segregation.
    • Wanted to end racial discrimination between black people and white people.
  • 7. Martin Luther King Jr.
    • MLK is most famous for his “I have a dream...” speech.
  • 8. Famous quotes
    • “ Let freedom ring from every hill and
    • molehill of Mississippi.”
    • “ I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character.”
    • “ We hold these truths to be self-evident: that all men are created equal.”
  • 9. Awards
    • MLK received the Nobel Peace Prize.
    • Martin Luther King Jr. Day is celebrated on the third Monday in January in the United States.
    • After his death, he won the Presidential Medal of Freedom by United States President Jimmy Carter.
  • 10. Mahatma Gandhi
    • Famous for leading India to
    • independence through peaceful,
    • non-violent action.
    • Responsible for expanding women's rights, freedom of religion, and ending discrimination.
  • 11. Civil Disobedience
    • Gandhi was famous for using two methods to achieve his goals of freedom.
      • Non-violent protests
      • Fasting, which means refusing to eat
    • until a conflict was solved.
  • 12. Non-violence
    • Gandhi used large groups of people to stand and protest without fighting.
    • He promised to always “speak the truth.”
    • He used “non-cooperation”
    • as a way to fight against the British.
  • 13. Fasting
    • Gandhi went on a hunger strike many times in his life to protest war.
    • He didn't eat for...
      • Three weeks (21 days), to help claim independence from the British.
  • 14. MLK and Gandhi
    • Both are famous for using peaceful ways to achieve their goals.
    • Martin Luther King Jr.'s words, and Gandhi's fasting were very effective.
    • Both wanted to use
    • PEACE in order to stop
    • violence.