"Nonviolent Protest" - Martin Luther King Jr. - Civil Rights Movement

"Nonviolent Protest" - Martin Luther King Jr. - Civil Rights Movement
"Nonviolent Protest" - Martin Luther King Jr. - Civil Rights Movement
"Nonviolent Protest" - Martin Luther King Jr. - Civil Rights Movement
"Nonviolent Protest" - Martin Luther King Jr. - Civil Rights Movement
"Nonviolent Protest" - Martin Luther King Jr. - Civil Rights Movement
"Nonviolent Protest" - Martin Luther King Jr. - Civil Rights Movement
"Nonviolent Protest" - Martin Luther King Jr. - Civil Rights Movement
"Nonviolent Protest" - Martin Luther King Jr. - Civil Rights Movement
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“Nonviolent Protest” – Martin Luther King Jr.

Primary source reading from MLK where he lays out his nonviolent philosophy as a means to attain rights for African-Americans. The reading is followed by three critical thinking questions perfect for a thoughtful class discussion. The worksheet works well as either a do now, or as an introduction to the Civil Rights Movement of the 1950s.

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