Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr, was a famous Civil Rights leader, pastor, and humanitarian. He is best known for his peaceful, nonviolent protests and speeches calling for change! This kid-friendly video is filled with facts and information about Martin Luther King Jr. and his life. MLK changed history, and so every January we celebrate him near his birthday.
It also introduces and briefly explains the issue of segregation at a child's level, and briefly touches on Rosa Parks and the Montgomery Bus Boycott.
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