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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