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Martin Luther King Jr. Crossword Puzzle

Have you ever heard a speech that stars with "I had a dream"? Well, then you're already familiar with Martin Luther King Jr., you just didn't know it! Martin Luther King Jr. was a human rights activist, lawyer and pastor -  and on top of all that he has gone down in American history as a hero for his part in the African-American Civil Rights Movement. Time to test your IQ in the Martin Luther King Jr. Crossword Puzzle! See if you can beat the clock by reading the clues (Down and Across) and filling in your answers (remember: they have to fit!). If you need help with any of the clues, just hit the "Hint" button; if you want to save your puzzle for later, click on "Save." Good luck!

 



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TayJones

TayJones wrote:

cool lol :)
commented: Mon Mar 17, 2014

kekelove130

kekelove130 wrote:

what or name
commented: Wed Mar 12, 2014

kinghart123

kinghart123 wrote:

idk what u are talking about
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