Fun Cartoon on Dr.Martin Luther King Jr for Kids! Dr. Martin Luther King Jr Bio: Black History Month


It’s time for learning with fun facts about
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. for kids. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was an American Baptist minister,
activist humanitarian, and also known for being the leader of the African-American Civil
Rights Movement. Dr. Martin Luther King was born in Atlanta, Georgia on January 15th in
1929. Now the world knows him today as Dr. Martin Luther King Jr, but his name wasn’t
always Martin. He was actually born and given the name Michael, by his father, but that
all changed during a trip to Germany where the theologian Martin Luther impressed Dr.
Martin Luther King Jr’s father so much that he changed his name and his son’s name too.
Now when it came to education Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was very smart. That’s right when
he was a kid he literally skipped two grades the 9th and the 11th to enter Morehouse College
at the young age of 15 in 1944. Later on Dr. King entered Boston University. There he completed
his school work in 1953 earning a doctorate in systematic theology two years later. Also
while he was there he met his love Coretta Scott. That’s right Coretta Scott was a young
singer from Alabama who was studying at the New England Conservatory of Music. They later
got married in 1953. Not long thereafter he got involved in the civil rights movement
taking part in the Montgomery Bus Boycott, after Rosa Parks had been arrested by not
going to the back of the bus after the bus driver told her she couldn’t sit at the
front. Of course many know Dr. Martin Luther King Jr from taking part in the March on Washington
on August 28, 1963, where his world famous, “I have a dream,” speech set a fire to
the civil rights movement there can still be echoed today of people wanting freedom
and wanting to be treated equally. From there his name only group and in 1964 dr. Martin
Luther King Jr. was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize. Sadly Dr. Martin Luther King Jr’s life
was cut short being assassinated on April 4 1968 in Memphis, Tennessee, while standing
on the balcony of the Lorraine Motel. Although the nation was sad the voice and Dr. Martin
Luther King Jr. would still ring loud today. The hard work that he did during the civil
rights movement would soon be listened to and that’s when the Civil Rights Act of 1968
was passed by Congress and although many celebrated his birthday around the country in multiple
cities at the White House Rose Garden on November 2nd 1983 President Ronald Reagan signed a
bill creating a federal holiday to honor Dr. King’s works and those were fun facts about
dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

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