1. Show them the Dr. King's message or holiday is for all people, not just people of color.
Heard of the Poor People's Campaign? Dr. King fought to help all kinds of people break the chains of poverty.
2. Find and join a MLK march or parade in your area.If you live in a suburb that doesn't have a MLK march or parade, you can help start one for next year. You can also participate in the march or parade in the nearest metropolitan area.
3. Participate in Day of Service activities.
4. Watch a documentary or movie about the civil rights movement with your kids.
5. Take a civil rights tour.
6. Visit a civil rights museum.
7. Take a campus tour of a historically black college or university (HBCU) or Hispanic Serving Institution (HSI).
8. Encourage your child's school or parent teacher organization to participate in Day of Service or diversity program.
9. Create or find a homeschool curriculum unit in Dr. Martin Luther King or diversity.
The Homeschool Mom offers a MLK unit on her website.
Have any other ideas! Let us know in the comments.
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