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Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Transcript of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Where Dr. King was assassinated
Dr. King greatly affected our life today
Martin Luther King had a vision
Serious integration. Everywhere.
Equality in voting and other things
Activism At Its Greatest
The Leader of Love
He accepted NAACP leadership
MLK had a dream
He had inspirations for the way he did things.
One Man. One March. One Speech.
"Let us not seek to satisfy our thirst for
by drinking from the cup of
Martin Luther King Jr.
Monday, March 31, 2014
An Interesting Life
Life of the Doctor
“There is no gain without struggle.” -MLK Jr.
Life Cannot Remain the Same.
He was born Jan. 15, 1929 in Atlanta.
He died April 4, 1968 in Memphis.
Born Michael Luther King Jr.
His grandfather and father were pastors and he was a co-pastor of Ebenezer Baptist
In 1954, he became a pastor of Dexter Avenue Baptist.
He graduated early
Received two bachelor degrees
Eventually he got a doctorate
Dr. King married Coretta Scott
Had Yolanda, Dexter, Martin, and Bernice
The life of Martin Luther King junior. He was a man many look to with respect, some look to with hate, but either way, he changed this world we have today. Mr. King had an interesting life, he was an activist leader, and his presence has affected everyone’s lives today.
II. Martin Luther King junior was an amazing man. He lead activist groups, did his own thing as a younger person, and his presence is still seen to this day. He was a gift to this world, though some think otherwise.
Just Take a Look
Dignity and Respect