Remember! Celebrate! Act!
A Day On, Not A Day Off!!

Celebrating Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
in the Year 2001
 
 

Dayton Street School
Student Work Submitted by Enrique Aparicio
Instructional Technology Coordinator
and
Technology Facilitator
 

I Have A Dream
by Angel
2/2/2001
 Ms. Andrews, Classroom Teacher 


Together At Last
by Tatiana, age 11, Sixth Grade, 
Mrs. Senator, Classroom Teacher


“BLACK JESUS”
VALERIE, 13, 7TH GRADE
BELINDA, 13, 7TH GRADE
Mrs. Barnes, Classroom Teacher

OUR SAVIOR HAS COME 
TO RID US OF THE INJUSTICES OF THIS WORLD
HE HAS COME TO SAVE US
FROM THE PRISON OF OUR MINDS 
MARTIN LUTHER KING IS
HERE
TO MAKE THE WORLD
RIGHT
TO BRING US TOGETHER 
NO LONGER BLACK OR WHITE
BUT NOW THE HUMAN
RACE
EVERYONE STAND AND
TAKE YOUR PLACE
STAND HAND IN HAND
AND WALK THE
PATH OF PEACE



My Poem on Dr.Martin Luther King
By Steven
12 years old, 6th Grade
Mrs. Senator, Classroom Teacher

D is for the drastic measures he took.
R is for the rights he fought for.

K is for the kindness he showed.
I is for the intelligence he had.
N is for the never-ending love he showed.
G is for the great good-hearted man he was.


Dr. King
by Najee, Grade 6, Age 11
Mrs. Senator, Classroom Teacher

Dr. King, Dr. King
He let freedom ring
Dr. King, Dr. King
He put freedom 
on the streets
Dr. King, Dr. King

He gave an
I Have a Dream speech
Dr. King, Dr. King
He was a great man
Dr. King, Dr. King
He had a useful plan
Dr. King, Dr. King.
 

Newark Public Schools
Newark, NJ.



 No Longer in the Dark


Black males are like White males.


 
 

Black females are like white females

Black people are exactly the same as white people
None should be treated like a piece of trash 
ALL MEN AND WOMEN ARE CREATED EQUALY!!!!

Blacks will be no longer kept in the dark!!!
It’s their turn to SHINE

The African-Americans will no longer
be left in the dark!

by R.J. Haas
Liberty Union Thurston Middle School
Baltimore, Ohio

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