Martin Luther King (1929-1968)                                               Martin Luther King started fighting for the ...
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Ana Rita, Joana and Sara (11B) proposed this poster to celebrate the life of this freedom hero.
Result of a classroom challenge: make a state advertising campaign about some of the class’s freedom heroes. One of the aims was to bring our spirit up in a time of difficulties. As our heroes, we should never give up.

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  1. 1. Martin Luther King (1929-1968)  Martin Luther King started fighting for the human rights when a member of his church was arrested for not giving her seat to a white person on a bus.  In 1957, he founded and was president of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (a pacifist organization of civil rights).  In 1963, he was one of the organizers of the peaceful march. In the same year he gave his most famous and inspiring speech “I have a dream”.  In 1964, he received the Nobel Peace Prize. Some months later when he visited Memphis, Tennessee, to support a strike, he was murdered by a fanatic white, but the struggle was not over.  In our opinion, this man is an example to all of us, because despite knowing that he could be killed at any time, he never gave up fighting. If by his initiative he managed to make the world a better Ana Rita Joana Guido 11ºB place, we can all do it, we just need to have willpower and determination.

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