Here are a few final (for this year) additions to The Best Websites For Learning About Martin Luther King, Jr.:
Celebrating Martin Luther King Day is from The New York Times Learning Network (it’s different from another resource page they have previously published).
Race, Civil Rights and Photography is from The New York Times.
Martin Luther King probably would have hated what his day has come to represent is from Quartz.
What Would Martin Say? is by Yohuru Williams.
Read the letter the FBI sent MLK to try to convince him to kill himself is from Vox.
3 parts you don’t remember from Martin Luther King’s “I Have a Dream” speech is also from Vox.
A Picture of Dr. King as a Child is by Doug Lemov.
When Martin Luther King was accused of inciting violence is from Vox.
11 forgotten Martin Luther King quotes that show he was a revolutionary is also from Vox.
5 facts about race in America is from Pew Research.
“Nothing in the world is more dangerous than sincere ignorance and conscientious stupidity.” #MLK #MLKDay2016 pic.twitter.com/9d2rimiRJV
— The King Center (@TheKingCenter) January 18, 2016
On Martin Luther King Jr Day, we remember one of history's greatest leaders #MLKDay https://t.co/xqQ2O1UnuJ pic.twitter.com/VgCpDkdj2S
— The Economist (@TheEconomist) January 18, 2016
Intelligence + Character = True education. #MLKDay pic.twitter.com/9NgCcPrgHr
— edutopia (@edutopia) January 18, 2016