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    http://mirc.sc.edu/islandora/object/usc%3A1157

    'Do Justly'

    In the speech — which was delivered in early May 1966 and echoes other speeches of the era — King says:

    "Let us march on ballot boxes ... so men and women will no longer walk the streets in search for jobs that do not exist. ...

    "Let us march on ballot boxes until brotherhood is more than a meaningless word at the end of a prayer, but the first order of business on every legislative agenda. Let us march on ballot boxes. ...

    "Let us march on ballot boxes until every valley shall be exalted, till every mountain and hill shall be made low, until the rough places are made plain and the crooked places straight and the glory of the Lord shall be revealed. ...

    "Let us march on ballot boxes until we are able to send to the statehouses of the South men who will do justly, love mercy and walk humbly with their God. Let us march on ballot boxes."

     

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  •            Double Take 'Toons: Martin Luther King Day

    http://www.npr.org/2014/01/19/263372440/double-take-toons-martin-luther-king-day

    January 19, 2014 5:17 AM

    Tomorrow is the official holiday commemorating the birth (January 15, 1929) of the inspirational civil rights leader. Nate Beeler thanks Dr. King, for bringing our nation closer to living "out the true meaning of its creed," while Jeff Darcy reminds us that economic justice for all was always in the forefront of the reverend's struggles.

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    http://www.npr.org/blogs/codeswitch/2014/01/18/263512728/when-king-and-johnson-joined-forces-to-fight-the-war-on-poverty

    When King and Johnson Joined Forces To Fight The War On Poverty

    Martin Luther King, Jr. (center), with Roy Wilkins, James Farmer, and Whitney Young, met with President Lyndon B. Johnson in the Oval Office on Jan. 18, 1964.

     

    The Globes Will Be Golden, But Hollywood Remains Mostly White

     

     http://www.npr.org/2014/01/12/261823768/the-globes-will-be-golden-but-hollywood-remains-mostly-white

     

    ELSEWHERE ON THE NET: MLK DAY

    http://www.scholastic.com/teachers/collection/commemorate-life-dr-martin-luther-king-jr

     

    I Have A Dream Lesson Plan : Speech Analysis :

    http://blog.flocabulary.com/i-have-a-dream-speech-analysis-lesson-plan/

     LE CAFE PEDAGOGIQUE / DE NOMBREUX LIENS

    http://www.cafepedagogique.net/lexpresso/Pages/2013/01/18012013Article634940883929979996.aspx

    TIME MAGAZINE ONLINE :

    Harvard historian on Civil Rights

    http://nation.time.com/2014/01/19/we-have-not-come-this-far-alone/

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