Civil Rights – Our Global Lineage: A New Curriculum Honoring Rev. Dr. MLK—Jr.
The Lessons Taught & Demonstrated by King and Others, Coming to Classrooms Across America
The MLK Curriculum — A New Nation Seen
Beyond the Inaugural Class….
MLK2020 moves a new MLK Curriculum to students to learn how kingdom leaders and activists changed the world in their day and it’s their turn now.
Here’s What Happened and How You Can Join the MLK2020 Movement
The Inaugural Class Convenes MLK Holiday Weekend | Saturday, January 18, 2020
Historic One-day Mini-Course Certifying MLK2020 Ambassadors and Teachers of the Faith
10am—1pm | Mosaic Templars Cultural Center, Little Rock, Arkansas and Venues Across America
It’s January 2020, and America must take the 20/20, “I” examination. Each of us should strive to see with clarity the message of Dr. King – as communicated in his own words – and how this message applies today to us individually and collectively to our nation. Our nation is currently being torn by divisive forces – with our youth paying the greatest price. But America has seen great distress before and with courageous leadership, love and faith proclaimed as ‘One Nation Under God’, we can overcome the forces of division and despair. Who will have 2020 Vision-Clarity? On January 18, America will go back to school, we will get it right and we will keep it right!
52 years ago, Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King delivered his final speech/prophecy, “I’ve Been to the Mountaintop.” On a stormy night, April 3, 1968, he uttered these final words: “Mine eyes have seen the glory of the coming of the Lord.” What did he see? What vision animated his life that he wanted us to remember beyond his death? How do we ensure that this prophetic vision is clearly communicated so that the lessons so painfully learned can be taught for generations to come? And very important, where are these lessons-learned—today?
~Mine Eyes Have Seen the Glory~
The Edutainment Salute Program Happenings
National Presenters; Little Rock Central High School National Historic Site, Good of All Curriculum Founder and MLKBible.Education Founder and others.
Coursework taught by legacy leaders along with distinguished high school and college instructors
Special tribute moments of music, art and creative talents from youth and adults
Students/participants who complete the class on this day will receive a certificate/card of merit from the authors and presenters of the course
National leaders and Arkansans (some posthumously), who have merit in honoring the works and legacy of Rev. Dr. King will be included in the program as presenters of the MLK Ambassador Merit Card to the attendees of the class; both on site and online attendees will receive the card.
Who Should Register/Attend— high school and college principals, superintendents, students, educators, clergy, community and state leaders, youth activists, mentors, professionals, legislators, elected officials, etc.
Curriculum by Good of All | Washington, DC
Anchor Venue: Mosaic Templars Cultural Center (Arkansas’ African America Museum)
Register For MLK2020 Today
FREE registration to attend and receive MLK2020 Ambassadors merit card of certification.