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Remembering MLK

January 21, 2013


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Martin Luther King Jr. has now been dead longer than he lived. But what an extraordinary life it was. At 33, he was pressing the case of civil rights with President John Kennedy. At 34, he galvanized the nation with his “I Have a Dream” speech. At 35, he won the Nobel Peace Prize. At 39, he was assassinated, but he left a legacy of hope and inspiration that continues today….

Read More about MLK’s life From TST below:

Coretta Scott King, widow of Martin Luther King, dies at 78
Guest columnist: Doing justice to the memory of MLK’s faith and vision
King’s dream: Most see it developing
Trip teaches church members about racism and themselves
Jerry Large: Turning a blind eye to inequalities isn’t an option
Before he was a leader, King was a pastor
“Keeping his dream alive”: Youths reflect on MLK
Black artist reflects on a life lived in two worlds
Race isn’t as clear as black and white
Quiz on African-American history in the Northwest
Jerry Large: King Day reminds us of successes
Guest columnist: Everyday King
For teachers: Lesson plan with current events

PMC would like to wish everyone a wonderful day, and hope it helps you remember why we celebrate the life and achievements of Martin Luther King Jr. 

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