Classic Word Search: MLK’s Letter from Birmingham Jail
Martin Luther King Jr. Day is being observed this Monday, January 21. A powerful speaker and writer, King was one of the most well-known advocates of nonviolent activism and the chief spokesperson for the Civil Rights Movement here in the United States. You can find a number of King’s speeches on MLKOnline.net, and NPR’s Michel Martin recently looked at some of King’s lesser-known writings with Clayborne Carson, director of the Martin Luther King Jr. Research and Education Institute.
The 24 words hidden in the grid below are from King’s Letter from Birmingham Jail. Need a little help? See below for the first two letters of each word. [Answers appear at the bottom of the post.]
AC—, AD—, CA—, CO—, CO—, CR—, DE—, EN—, EX—, FO—, GA—, HU—, IN—, IN—, NO—, OP—, PR—, RE—, SA—, SC—, SE—, TE—, UR—, VO—
ANSWERS TO THE WORD SEARCH
Answers to Morning to Evening in Doublets
DAY > LAY > LAD > LED > BED
Image from the National Archives.