Freedom Center Publications

For these and additional publications (some available digitally), please contact the Freedom Center office at 510-434-3988 or info@mlkfreedomcenter.org.

 

From a Kitchen in the World House: Publication on the connection between culture, cultural recipes, and civic activism (view online)

Stand Up, Speak Up: Personal Transformation through Civic Participation, Teacher’s Edition Curriculum Book (view online)

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Life and Legacy Curriculum Book (view online)

Leadership: For a Better You, a Better Nation, and a Better World

Shattered Dreams: Nonviolence teaching on how to turn grief into an asset

Cure for Fear: Dr. King on confronting and deconstructing our fears

Constructing Peace-Filled Relations with Youth: A Parent Handbook

Help Teachers Learn How to Learn

Belonging to All the Hands that Build: Interactive Workbook for Writing Lines that Matter

Making Public Service Meaningful

Power for Personal Transformation through Social Participation: A Teacher’s Manual

Sounding Out Optimism: Youth Writings of Hope and Dedication

Circle of Equilibrium: Poems of Conscience

Coach’s Register and Handbook: Organize Students, Families, and Schools

Days of Gratitude Academy Curriculum Book

Protocol and Formality: The Workbook

Coaching Peace with Justice: Developing Transformational Relationships

Coaching for Growth and Development

Gratitude: Action and Reflection

Producing Community Events

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.: In Times of Challenge

Democracy Education

Education Service Additional Resources

Democracy Education: A Philosophical Approach to the Development and Analysis of a Field of Study

 

From a Kitchen in the World House: Publication on the connection between culture, cultural recipes, and civic activism

Stand Up, Speak Up: Personal Transformation through Civic Participation, Teacher’s Edition Curriculum Book

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Life and Legacy Curriculum Book

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