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On January 16, 2012 - the nation recognizes the contributions and legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. Web videos are a great way to teach students about the man and his times. They surround students with the sites and sounds of the era.
Here is a list of videos you can use in the classroom to teach students about the civil rights icon.
We created this classroom page in GPB Learning Media that features videos from "Eyes on the Prize" and students reciting King's iconic "I Have a Dream" speech. Visit it now.
View these Discovery Education videos that examine the civil rights era and Dr. King's role in it. Remember to login
On October 14, 1964, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. became the youngest person to win the Nobel Peace Prize. Through this joint venture with the Georgia Historical Society and GPB, get the full story, activities, vocabulary words and suggested reading.