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VALEATHA WESLEY - Student copy of Character Analysis:Tier 2.pptx

VALEATHA WESLEY - Student copy of Character Analysis:Tier 2.pptx

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character analysis A time to break silence: Dr. M.L.King Jr. English - Tier 2 project
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Read the work focused on your character Where are all the places your character appears in the work? All southern states under segrigacial laws. How does the author describe your character? Iconic, Because of his purpose and the change he advocated for individuals. What kinds of relationships does your character have with others? Inspired thousands of people How do the actions of your character move the plot forward? Inspired change amongst the community What struggles does your character encounter. Racial Segregation/Jim crow.
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InTro - Character analysis Dr Martin Luther King Jr. was born January 15, 1929 in Atlanta, Georgia. Dr. King suffered from depression most of his life but mostly in his adolescent years because of the resentment of white also known as racial humiliation that he and his family often endured from his neighbors and others in the much segregated south. Growing up King attended Booker T. Washington high school. Their he began how to nourish his public speaking abilities by speaking publicly for the debate team. Soon after King became the youngest assistant manager at the Atlanta journal during his junior year. During King’s junior year of highschool he
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  • Spring '17
  • Mrs. Ramirez
  • English, Martin Luther King, Jr., Dr. King, Selma to Montgomery marches, DR MARTIN LUTHER KING JR., character analysis

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