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assessment activity Did the dream die?
Transcript of assessment activity Did the dream die?
3. Martin Luther King
4. Malcolm X
5. Stephen Lawrence
6. Similarities and Differences
7. Conclusion 1. Prejudice Hey, you're stupid! This is discrimination! Bobo is stupid. This is prejudice, because she thinks it! India
1890 First class Gandhi refused and got kicked out of the train Because he was a Hindu, he believed in some ideas: 2. Gandhi I gave up my wealthy life and
started to live with the poor! Atlanta 1929 Christian 3. Martin Luther King Blacks were badly discriminated Treat each other with Martin Luther King believed: the real meaning of the bible was to He organized marches and speeches I have a dream that my four little
children will one day live in a nation
where they will not be judged by the
colour of their skin, but by the content of
their character. 4. Malcolm X USA 1925 Christian Crime Muslim He wanted the blacks to have the power! First joined the nation of the Islam. In Mekkah he saw that people could see each other equally. he changed his mind 5. Stephen Lawrence London 1993 There he got stabbed by a group of white racist young men. He waited for the bus with his friend Charity! 6. Similarities and Differences 7. Conclusion no! Yes! There is still Discrimination They achieved their goals From two points of view! Did the dream die? The End! Gandhi and Martin Luther King Gandhi and Malcolm X Martin Luther King and Malcolm X