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Martin Luther King, Jr. was a dynamic social activist and key leader in the Civil Rights movement from the 1950’s until his assassination in 1968. His famous speech delivered during the March on Washington in 1963 is the inspiration for this activity that is rich in creativity and imagination. Your child will create a colorful collage using her own illustrations and magazine pictures to bring the last part of the speech to life visually. This project provides a valuable opportunity to reflect on the significance of Dr. King’s inspirational words to end discrimination in this country while helping your child build important artistic and spatial analysis skills.