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Title: Martin Luther king Jr. The significant Leader


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Martin Luther king Jr. The significant Leader
  • Created by Mkayele freeman
  • Teacher Heather Chapman
  • Date 5/22/14
  • Georgia State History 8b

2
Facts about Dr. Kings life
  • Born on January 15,1929 Lived in Atlanta,
    Georgia
  • Birth Name Michael King Jr.
  • Died April 4, 1968 at age 39
  • Memphis, Tennessee
  • Spouse Corretta Scott King
  • Children Martin Luther king III, Yolanda king,
    Dexter Scott King, and Bernice King
  • Religion Christianity was a Pastor in
    Montgomery, Alabama
  • Education Morehouse college and went to seminary
    to study.
  • Movements African-American civil rights, peace
    movement
  • Award Nobel peace price and cong. Gold medal

3
The significant leader
  • Martin Luther King Jr. known as a civil rights
    leader.
  • he marched in the civil rights movement
    along with other black peole
  • and rossa parks. He gave his I have a dream
    speech. He received the
  • nobel peace prize for conbating racial
    inequality through non-violence.
  • In 1965, he and the (SCLC) helped to organize
    the selma to Montogomery

4
The civil rights movement
5
The Montgomery, Alabama buses and boycott
6
Protests politics
7
The Famous I have a Dream speech in Washington
D.C.
8
Rossa Parks
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