In honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s enduring legacy and vision, a series of posts of the man and subsequent posts with information about race, poverty, and nonviolent conflict resolution for exploration in your classroom!
A variety of MLK pictures, videos, biographical info, etc. can be found here:
The King Center also has extensive information about Dr. King’s work, the work of those who have shared the cause, and further archives and resources about topics like nonviolence. There is even an interactive “Dream Map” where you or students can write their dreams for this world:
Dr. King’s 1964 Nobel Peace Prize Acceptance Speech (transcript available on website):
Dr. King’s excellent article, “3 Ways of Meeting Oppression”
Information on the MLK National Day of Service:
Information on the annual Austin MLK Celebration event(s):