Synopses & Reviews
"You get up now!" The bus driver told the young black boy to move to the back of the bus.
But fourteen-year-old Martin Luther King, Jr. did not move.
"Come on now, M.L.," said his teacher. "We have to move. It's the law."
Martin Luther King, Jr. moved to the back of the bus that day in 1943, but he never forgot how it made him feel. When he became a man, he fought to change that law and all others that denied black people their rights.
Martin Luther King, Jr. began "Marching to Freedom," and many people--both black and white--followed him.
This is Martin Luther King, Jr.'s story...his triumphs, his struggles, and above all, his dream of freedom and a better llife for all people!