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January 16, 2016 – Ideas for celebrating Martin Luther King, Jr. Day

“I have a Dream” are the words of a speech that most are familiar with when they think of Martin Luther King, Jr.

Most never have heard the entire oratory declaration with all it’s conviction, power, forthought and eloquence.

The “I Have A Dream” speech is literally more than 13 mins long.

In this post you will find some amazing resources to help you delve into studying this iconic person that shaped our history.

My encouragement to you is to take time to add Martin Luther King, Jr. into your studies this month. Not just January 16, 2017 but throughout the month or even sprinkle this study throughout the year. 🙂

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Video 3 mins

Fun Cartoon on Dr.Martin Luther King Jr for Kids! Dr. Martin…

Dr. Martin King, Jr.’s Biography 6 mins. 4 sec.

Martin Luther King, Jr. mini unit 13 pages  <<<<<<<<<<<<< click on the link

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(Be sure to share this blog post with other homeschool families. It may be just the information that have been desiring to connect with this month.)

Serving You and Yours,

Angela Jordan Perry,

UCHU owner/director/administrator

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Angela Jordan Perry, is a wife of 24 years, homeschooling Mom of eight children, entrepreneur, mad’am farmer, Toastmaster and follower of Christ. Angela and her family makes their home in Campobello, SC.

African American Homeschooling on the rise, over 200,000 Black parents are homeschooling their children

 

http://communityjournal.net/african-american-homeschooling-rise-200000-black-parents-homeschooling-children/

 

Was I ever encouraged to read the above article! 

This is good news to see that homeschooling is one the rise amongst african american/brown/black homeschool families!! 

This is great news.

Enjoy reading the article.

~Angela P.

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