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During the civil rights movement, leaders such as Martin Luther King Jr. supported a nonviolent approach to combat the racial prejudices of the time. In a story based on true events, readers are taken back to this turbulent time in history as three African-American college students set out on a special mission of nonviolence: a sit-in at a whites-only lunch counter. After reading this book, students can analyze a unique character conflict between the characters in the book and society at the time. Use this Graphic Book with Martin Luther King Jr. at Levels M, P, and S.
Graphic Book Lesson Plan
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