What do historians think about Martin Luther King?
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Category:  History
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Published: 21/08/2017
Updated: 28/07/2021
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Interpretations

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Students interrogate an interpretation about MLK by using sources to support and challenge the view it gives. The sources include a New York Times obituary piece, his 'I have a dream' speech and a quotation from Malcolm X in 1964.

Content warning: this resource contains themes or primary sources that some students may find emotionally or psychologically challenging. Please give students advance warning of the material you will be covering, with the option of alternative approaches if needed, referring to your school's policies and procedures for more guidance.

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