Martin Luther King, Jr. was a leader in the African-American Civil Rights Movement. He advanced the Civil Rights and equality in America through civil disobedience and non-violent protest. He won a Nobel Peace Prize in 1964 for his non-violent activism. In 1968, he was murdered, after a life of serving others.
Featuring a forward by the late Coretta Scott King—Civil Rights Activist, wife of Martin Luther King, Jr and, after his death, steward of his legacy—I Have A Dream is an excellent starting point for experiencing, learning about, and discussing King's teachings and philosophy of non-violence.
This collection is chronologically arranged and prefaced with historical head notes for context. The famous Letter from Birmingham Jail, and the I Have a Dream speech are included, as well as his A Time To Break The Silence speech in opposition to the Vietnam War, an often overlooked segment of his philosophy.
If you want to learn more about King in his own words, I Have A Dream: Writings & Speeches That Changed the World is the perfect place to start!
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