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Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
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Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.


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  • 1. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Leader Speaker Writer Dreamer
  • 2. Dr. King was a leader.
    • He led people to work together for peace .
    • He led people to help each other.
    • He led people to think about fairness.
  • 3. Dr. King was a speaker.
    • He spoke to big crowds about equality.
    • He talked about making the world a better place.
    • He wanted all people to be treated the same.
  • 4. Dr. King was a writer.
    • He wrote about fairness.
    • He wrote that skin color is not a reason to treat people differently.
    • He wrote that people of all skin color can get along and live together.
  • 5. Dr. King was a dreamer.
    • He dreamed about a world where everyone is treated the same.
    • He dreamed about all people working together in peace.
    • He dreamed about a better world.
  • 6. Washington: Thousands gather for the March on Washington
  • 7. First Annual Martin Luther King Day March - Living the Dream (January 20, 1986)
  • 8. We honor Dr. King every year in January.
    • We remember that he worked hard to make the world better for everyone.
    • We remember that he taught us to talk things out.
    • We remember that he believed in peace.
    • We remember that he was
    • a special man .
  • 9. Our Class Project
    • In honor of Dr. King and his work for peace, we will begin a project called 100 Acts of Kindness.
    • When someone does something nice for you, let me know and I will color in a square for “an act of kindness”.
    • You can only report nice things that other people do for you. You can’t report your own good deeds!
    • How long do you think it will take us to get to 100?
  • 10. Ways to get to 100 Acts of Kindness. Have respect Have good manners Share with others Be kind Help each other Treat people equally 100 Acts of Kindness