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  • The Martin Luther King, Jr., Research and Education Institute
    pages for Kids Teachers Students Researchers Home Carousel Start Welcome to the Martin Luther King Jr Research and Education Institute Photo Credit Bob Fitch photography archive Stanford University Libraries I Have a Dream Multilingual Translations The King Institute has translated the I Have a Dream speech into twelve different languages including Chinese and Spanish View multilingual versions Photo Credit Stanford University News Service Listen to Sermons and Speeches The King Institute has archived recordings of Dr King s most famous sermons and speeches View All Recordings Photo Credit Dan Budnick New Release Volume 7 of The Papers of Martin Luther King Jr is available NOW Buy a copy Previous Slide Next Slide Carousel End Recent News Jan 22 2014 This Bright Light of Ours Stories from the Voting Rights Fight Jun 16 2015 Clayborne Carson Full Bio See all King Institute News Freedom s Ring I Have a Dream Speech Freedom s Ring is an interactive animated rendition of Martin Luther King Jr s iconic I Have a Dream speech Read more about Freedom s Ring Visit Freedom s Ring Support the King Institute The Institute needs your help to ensure that future generations understand King s life and his

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  • Martin Luther King, Jr. Papers Project | The Martin Luther King, Jr., Research and Education Institute
    venture of Stanford University the King Center and the King Estate It is now a component of Stanford s King Research and Education Institute Mission of the Papers Project The King Papers Project s principal mission is to publish a definitive fourteen volume edition of The Papers of Martin Luther King Jr a comprehensive collection of King s most significant correspondence sermons speeches published writings and unpublished manuscripts The seven already published volumes have become essential reference works for researchers and have influenced scholarship about King and the movements he inspired Building upon this research foundation the Project also engages in other related educational activities Using internet communications technology to reach a diverse global audience it has greatly increased popular as well as scholarly awareness of King s achievements and visionary ideas Funding the Papers Project In addition to core funding from Stanford University the King Papers Project receives financial support from the National Endowment for the Humanities the National Historical Publications and Records Commission and individual donors As a component of Stanford s Martin Luther King Jr Research and Education Institute the Project also benefits from the Institute s endowment National Advisory Board Christine King Farris Lerone Bennett Jr

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  • Liberation Curriculum | The Martin Luther King, Jr., Research and Education Institute
    College Workshop Jan 14 2015 From Freedom Summer to Ferguson See all King Institute News Liberation Curriculum King and Andy Young escort children to their newly integrated school in Grenada Mississippi 20 September 1965 Corbis Bettmann The King Institute s Liberation Curriculum provides document based lesson plans online educational resources and professional development with emphasis on the modern African American Freedom Struggle Our resources aim to transform the way young people learn about history by focusing not only King s visionary ideas but also the work of ordinary people who made extraordinary contributions to liberation movements Lesson Plans Our lesson plans integrate primary and secondary sources encouraging youth to think deeply about the African American Freedom Struggle and current movements for justice Explore Lesson Plans Classroom Resources Our classroom resources draw upon the research and writings of the King Paper s Project and King Institute staff and are intended for teachers and students from grades K through college Explore Classroom Resources About About the Institute King Papers Publications Featured Documents Lesson Plans Location Contact Information for Kids Teachers Students Researchers King Resources King Online Encyclopedia Online King Records Access OKRA Freedom s Ring I Have a Dream Speech Connect Facebook

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  • King Resources | The Martin Luther King, Jr., Research and Education Institute
    to navigate to resources about King s life and work and the larger movements of the era King Encyclopedia Visit the King Encyclopedia for information on over 1000 civil rights movement figures events and organizations Additional resources include a freedom struggle chronology and featured documents Visit The King Encyclopedia Primary Documents View our selected primary source documents about the African American Freedom Struggle and search thousands of records at our Online King Records Access OKRA database View primary documents Freedom s Ring King s I Have a Dream Speech Freedom s Ring is Martin Luther King Jr s I Have a Dream speech animated Here you can compare the written and spoken speech explore multimedia images listen to movement activists and uncover historical context Visit Freedom s Ring Major King Events Chronology The King Events Chronology focuses on the major events of Dr King s life Our volume chronologies provide a more detailed account of King s activities within each time period View the Major King Events Chronology Recommended Readings In addition to our own volumes of the King Papers Project here is a running list of additional books about Martin Luther King s life and work and the black

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  • Clayborne Carson | The Martin Luther King, Jr., Research and Education Institute
    historian Clayborne Carson has devoted most his professional life to the study of Martin Luther King Jr and the movements King inspired Under Carson s direction the King Papers Project has produced seven volumes of a definitive comprehensive edition of King s speeches sermons correspondence publications and unpublished writings Dr Carson has also edited numerous other books based on King s papers In 2005 the King Papers Project became part of the Martin Luther King Jr Research and Education Institute at Stanford University with Dr Carson serving as its founding director read full bio View CV Clayborne Carson News Jan 25 2015 Director Clayborne Carson s King Holiday Engagements Jan 12 2015 Martin Luther King Jr Research and Education Institute Open House Friday January 16 from 3 00 5 00 pm View all Clay Carson news Facebook Wordpress Want to learn more about about Clayborne Carson s recent posts and travels Connect on Facebook View Clayborne Carson s blog Contact Clayborne Carson King Institute Cypress Hall D Stanford University Stanford CA 94305 4146 Phone 650 723 2092 725 8828 269 7502 Email ccarson stanford edu About About the Institute King Papers Publications Featured Documents Lesson Plans Location Contact Information for

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  • King for Kids | The Martin Luther King, Jr., Research and Education Institute
    Jr s I Have a Dream speech animated Here you can compare the written and spoken speech explore images listen to movement activists and uncover history Explore Freedom s Ring Featured Documents Courtesy of Coretta Scott King Collection Explore some of the most famous documents written by or about Dr Martin Luther King Jr Explore Featured Documents Recommended Readings Moneta Sleet We ve created a list of our favorite children s literature about Dr King and the African American Freedom Struggle View our recommended books Fun Facts Getty Images Starting 21 March 1965 King led thousands of marchers from Selma Ala to the state capitol in Montgomery Ala Protected by hundreds of federalized Alabama National Guardsmen the demonstrators covered between 7 to 17 miles per day Camping at night in supporters yards they were entertained by celebrities such as Harry Belafonte and Lena Horne After five days of walking King addressed the assembled crowd There never was a moment in American history more honorable and more inspiring than the pilgrimage of clergymen and laymen of every race and faith pouring into Selma to face danger at the side of its embattled Negroes King Address at the Conclusion of the Selma

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  • Information for Teachers | The Martin Luther King, Jr., Research and Education Institute
    liberation movements King and Stokely Carmichael speak with police during the 1966 March Against Fear in Mississippi Bob Fitch Photo Archive Stanford University Teaching Resources AP WIDE WORLD PHOTOS The Liberation Curriculum is a collection of educational resources centered around the themes of social justice human rights and nonviolence with a focus on the modern African American freedom struggle Access Educational Resources Featured Documents Courtesy of the Coretta Scott King Collection Search featured documents from the collection of the King Papers Project Each primary source document includes contextual information and image for use in the classroom Browse Featured Documents Freedom s Ring Drawing by Evan Bissell Freedom s Ring is Martin Luther King Jr s I Have a Dream speech animated Here you can compare the written and spoken speech explore multimedia images listen to movement activists and uncover historical context Explore Freedom s Ring King Encyclopedia Matt Herron Take Stock The Image Works Visit the King Online Encyclopedia for information on over 1000 civil rights movement figures events and organizations a chronology of the movement and full text documents published online King Encyclopedia About About the Institute King Papers Publications Featured Documents Lesson Plans Location Contact Information for Kids

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  • Information for Students | The Martin Luther King, Jr., Research and Education Institute
    conducting research for a class project or National History Day we recommend starting with the King Encyclopedia Featured Documents and National History Day guide King speaks to a capacity audience in Eutaw Alabama in 1966 Bob Fitch Photo Archive Stanford University Freedom s Ring Drawing by Evan Bissell Freedom s Ring is Martin Luther King Jr s I Have a Dream speech animated Here you can compare the written and spoken speech explore multimedia images listen to movement activists and uncover historical context Explore Freedom s Ring Featured Documents Courtesy of the Coretta Scott King Collection Explore primary source documents from the King Papers Project collection The documents include letters speeches sermons and photographs about Dr King and the African American freedom struggle Search Featured Documents King Encyclopedia Drawing by Evan Bissell Visit the King Online Encyclopedia for information on over 1000 civil rights movement figures events and organizations a chronology of the movement and full text documents published online King Encyclopedia On Facebook About About the Institute King Papers Publications Featured Documents Lesson Plans Location Contact Information for Kids Teachers Students Researchers King Resources King Online Encyclopedia Online King Records Access OKRA Freedom s Ring I Have a Dream

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