In honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr, we decided to post several books that will assist in learning more about Dr. King!
This book is great for preschoolers and up! Written from the perspective of Dr. King’s niece, this is a unique viewpoint of this influential public figure.
This book is written for elementary aged students, and uses Dr. King’s own words. Rappaport also intertwines history about Dr. King’s activism to help engage and educate future activists!
This book is written for middle school students, or younger students with a more developed reading level. The book details the emphasis on activism, non-violent protest, and the Civil Rights movement.
Dr. King was a force, a beacon, and a figurehead of the Civil Rights movement. He gave everything he had for others, and believed in activism. Dr. King is an inspiration to activists, communities of color, and anyone that believes change can be created on a large scale by joining together!
Want to get involved and learn more? Here is some information about The King Center!
Category: activism, Global Community, Historical Fiction, Historical Figures, Independent Thought, poc-centric narratives, Self Expression, Social-Emotional LearningTags: activism, community, Global Community, historic narratives, historical events, Historical Fiction, Historical Figures, Martin Luther King Jr., MLK, public figure, racism
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