Martin Luther King, Jr.

The Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was an important African-American leader in the Civil Rights Movement. In this movie, you’ll learn how Dr. King grew up in a time of segregation, discrimination, and prejudice. People of different races, cultures, and religions were often treated unfairly. To protest, Dr. King helped organize non-violent rallies, boycotts, marches, and sit-ins. This movie tells about his role in the Montgomery Bus Boycott, the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, and the March on Washington where he gave his “I Have a Dream” speech. Learn about Dr. King’s life and assassination, and how we celebrate his beliefs and honor his memory.

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