The Story of Martin Luther King Jr. by Kid President

Tuesday, December 6, 2016

Once upon a time, there was a man named Martin Luther King, Jr. He taught us that things won’t always be awesome, but your response can be. Remember, things don’t always have to be they are. We can change them! Kids can change them. This Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, celebrate the promise of change with Kid President. // Share on Facebook: // Share on Twitter:

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Kid President is Brad Montague (guy who makes all this stuff) and Robby Novak (Kid President).

Follow their adventures:

– “Sun (Instrumental)” by Sleeping at Last
– “Spring Cleaning Song 2” by Anders Göransson

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  1. The Gamer Chong says:

    How sad is it when nowadays its the blacks are being racist toward whites…..

  2. U Macoy says:

    I LOVE MARTIN gone but not forgotenn

  3. AvioveisFRESH says:

    That was awesome but he forgot tan I'm tan…

  4. Emily Bobrow says:

    Is it bad I cried during this ?

  5. Mario Lara says:

    who shot him did he whent to jall

  6. kat_lover10 says:

    “I have a dream …” You know the words, but what do you know about the man who said them? In this BrainPOP movie, Tim and Moby introduce you to the inspiring life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.! You’ll learn what the civil rights movement was, what was different about the United States in the first part of the 20th Century, and what segregation had to do with it. You’ll learn about King’s family background and how he helped begin the Montgomery bus boycott. You’ll also discover who inspired King, and how his non-violent protests lead to Supreme Court decisions banning segregation. Plus, you’ll find out some of the dangers King faced in his fight to end segregation — and how he met an untimely death. Need a hero? You couldn’t find a better one.

  7. Betty Portalatin says:

    Cute kid, Smart eh

  8. Patrick Fleming says:

    your so cool

  9. Lourdes Dodge says:

    The Story of Martin Luther King Jr. by Kid President / #bookitforward  !SEP 19, 2016


    it looks like you are crying

  11. Lola Soares says:

    This guy is so deep

  12. hungry kid from Africa says:

    better than obama trump and Hillary combined

  13. Bianca Bynum says:

    I love it

  14. Typical Player says:

    I miss my grandad

  15. giannas makeup freinds says:

    I agree

  16. Will Gardipee says:

    King president mind you she loves you and she likes how you do your work

  17. busybody1 says:

    obviously this great kid has great parents bringing him up proper, always nice to see

  18. busybody1 says:

    most younger folks mix it up but the older crowd keeps the racist hate goin SAD

  19. Apelles KJV says:

    He was a pig 🙂 He was a pervert!

  20. Saige Sjoden says:

    you are amazing and tots awesome

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