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Saturday, January 18, 2014

#celebratelu 2014 Portraits of MLK Jr.

Discover. Play. Build.

This week(end) there is much to celebrate! 
A three-day weekend after two full weeks of school,
This view outside my classroom,
Portraits of Martin Luther King Jr.,
Reminders that while his years were short,
His timeless messages are still
Reverberating in our classrooms and hallways. 

Do not judge by skin color,
(or race, religion, looks, disabilities....).

Education should teach 
To think intensively and critically.  
MLK Jr 


Thank you AB and ND for the use of your class's artwork.



5 comments:

LInda Baie said...

The portraits are wonderful, Anita. As they worked, I imagine them thinking of Dr. King, & all that he accomplished. Thanks for showing them!

Tara said...

His message still resonates, doesn't it - even more so these days, alas.

debf said...

I look around my classroom and imagine how proud Dr. King would be and it brings warmth to my heart and tears to my eyes! I love your art work and the message.

Julieanne said...

Timely and timeless message. Thank you for sharing the artwork.

Holly Mueller said...

I love the portraits and your words!