Digital History Project for Martin Luther King Jr. – “RFK’s Speech Following the Death of MLK”

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Robert F. Kennedy made a speech regarding the loss of Civil Rights activist Martin Luther King Jr. after his assassination. He pointed out that the United States needed to come together and ignite compassion and equality. This selection can accompany the Digital History Project about MLK and his 1960 speech. This particular selection alone is targeted towards 8th grade students.

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