Racism: the single most destructive    force in American society.
The Civil Rights Act (1964)
Rosa Parks
…and the bus boycott
MARTIN LUTHER KING
Youth and family
Booker T. Washington High School
Dexter Avenue Baptist Church
Religion
The “Big Six”
The March
Becoming a Baptist Minister
MLK´S Speeches
MLK and Gandhi
Takes part in the Bus Boycott
The Nobel Prize
Civil Rights after MLK
“I Have A Dream”
When and How he Died
CREDITS   Francisco Alfonso       Valverde          andMike Andrew Kluijtmans          4ºB
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MLK - Pecha-Kucha

  1. 1. Racism: the single most destructive force in American society.
  2. 2. The Civil Rights Act (1964)
  3. 3. Rosa Parks
  4. 4. …and the bus boycott
  5. 5. MARTIN LUTHER KING
  6. 6. Youth and family
  7. 7. Booker T. Washington High School
  8. 8. Dexter Avenue Baptist Church
  9. 9. Religion
  10. 10. The “Big Six”
  11. 11. The March
  12. 12. Becoming a Baptist Minister
  13. 13. MLK´S Speeches
  14. 14. MLK and Gandhi
  15. 15. Takes part in the Bus Boycott
  16. 16. The Nobel Prize
  17. 17. Civil Rights after MLK
  18. 18. “I Have A Dream”
  19. 19. When and How he Died
  20. 20. CREDITS Francisco Alfonso Valverde andMike Andrew Kluijtmans 4ºB

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