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Martin Luther King leading the march from Selma to Montgomery, 1965. (c) Bob Adelman/Magnum Photos

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Activities for MLK Day

"Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter." ~Martin Luther King Jr.

Use old magazines to create a meaningful MLK project. Students find and build words and phrases that represent MLK and the man that he was. See more examples and a how-to at Funky in Fourth.

Teaching young students about MLK Day is very important, yet it can be difficult to explain to students how things used to be long ago when there was segregation. Read this blog post for some great ideas.


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Quick history lesson. Republican: one who supports a republic govn't. Democrat: one who supports a democracy. Up until after the 60's, Conservatives were Democrats because democracy was a traditional view, and Liberals were Republican because a republic was a progressive view. So the 13th-15th amendments? All supported by Liberals and rejected by Conservatives. Conservatives have always been the problem and you just admitted to it.

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10 Things You Didn't Know About MLK!

I bet you never knew this or you have heard that it was not true in some way. He was a Republican, and in EVERY single civil rights acts vote more Republicans voted in favor than Democrats. Learn history.