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Rosa Parks Changed The Rules

Education World – Gary Hopkins

“In this activity, students listen to or read a selection describing the events of December 1, 1955. Then they read the rules that people had to follow on the bus. They label an illustration of the bus to reflect those rules. Read aloud to students a book about Rosa Parks. If you are unable to locate a book, you can read the story that follows:.” (more)

To-Do: Teach a child about Martin Luther King Jr.

The Observer-Dispatch – Editorial

“If you do nothing else today, discuss Martin Luther King Jr. with a young person – a son, a daughter, a nephew, a niece, any child. It’s important to the future of this nation that they know who he was. King embodied what this nation should be about. Martin Luther King, Jr., was born on Jan. 15, 1929, and is best known for his role in the advancement of civil rights. King dedicated his life to speaking out against the injustice and indignity that infects our nation. And his passion cost him his life.”(more)