Martin Luther King Jr. Quotes (Author of The Autobiography of Martin Luther King, Jr.)
5 Quotes by Martin Luther King Jr to Inspire us to Fight for Justice
This set contains five brightly colored rectangular magnets featuring some of Martin Luther King, Jr's most powerful and moving quotes about perseverance and the transformative power of love and kindness. This set also includes two square magnets that display a photo of MLK speaking and a picture of the memorial statue of the national mall—both in start black and white. These small magnets are perfect reminders of the humanitarian spirit and legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. Use them as a source of reflection, or to inspire you to greatness as King's legacy has already done for so many. Place them on your fridge, or on your metal office furniture to brighten your space! Please login or register to write a review for this product.
We will never forget Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. After being assassinated on April 4, , we are left with the eloquence of his words that continue to guide us forward as we strive to become a more perfect union. Here are 17 quotes from MLK's famous speeches and writings about education, justice, hope, perseverance and freedom. Be careful, 'brethren! Science gives man knowledge, which is power; religion gives man wisdom, which is control.
Goodreads helps you follow your favorite authors. Be the first to learn about new releases! Follow Author. Martin Luther King Jr. Hate cannot drive out hate: only love can do that. Hate is too great a burden to bear. You don't have to have a college degree to serve.
Martin Luther King Jr. King experienced racism from an early age, and those events stayed with and eventually brought him to a life of activism. After graduating college with a doctorate degree in theology, King became a pastor in Alabama. He began a series of peaceful protests in the south that eventually changed many laws dealing with the equality of African Americans. King gave hundreds of moving speeches across the country, and in was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize. On April 4th, , King was shot and killed while in Memphis, Tennessee. Although his life ended that day, the work that he had accomplished changed the nation.