Give congregants valuable lessons in African-American history and culture each time they read. Bookmarks highlight outstanding leaders, decisive events and major contributions to the nation. Each embodies the rich heritage celebrated during Black History Month.
Image of prominent African Americans reminds students of the importance of black history to every citizen. Packs include 50 wraparound, multi-colored design pencils.
Students will wear this button, displaying their belief in the ideals communicated by Martin Luther King, Jr. in his "I Have A Dream" speech. Distribute them throughout your school.
Front vividly portrays Martin Luther King Jr. at the March on Washington, 1963. Back contains two quotations from his stirring "I Have A Dream" speech in which Dr. King spoke of national ideals, equality and his hopes for the future generation.
Silicone bracelet features Martin Luther King on the outside, I Have A Dream inside. Lead-, PVC-, latex-free silicone. FDA compliant. Accompanying card features two stirring passages from the speech on back.