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"Falling Idols" - a coming-of-age novel set in the turbulent '60s with Civil Rights marches, Viet Nam War protests, and another revolution you might never knew was happening.

Discover how a young teacher of the deaf confronts the doctrine of her world-renowned professor of Deaf Education as she navigates all the changes during that dynamic time in history.

Dear Teachers: During Black History Month, I'm again reminded of the song, "What One Man Can Do." All of you who work in education, daily affect the lives of your students. Having been a sign language interpreter in a variety of classroom settings from elementary grades through college, I have seen your significant influence on a daily basis. My respect and honor for what you do runs deep. You walk the walk and talk the talk of Dr. King. Happy Black History Month!
Falling Idols Novel by Billie Kelpin


"The women in these short stories came to America seeking a reversal of the usual. Being black Spanish-speakers, they experienced life on a tightrope, balancing public expectations, family traditions, and their own desires. As immigrants, they faded into the background like worn wallpaper in a closet until ..."


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Directions: How to Get 100%  
Click on the drop-down menu in each sentence.

A word list will show beneath the speech.

Choose a word for the blank.
How? Highlight the word and click the "x" or "done." 

Need a Hint?  The words that are hard to guess have little boxes with the first letter of the word next to them.  (Be careful, a hint gives you a lower score when using the "Check" button.)  To get 100%, ALL the words must be correct the first time.  Don't worry.

If you made mistakes, start over, and get 100% the 2nd time.

'I Have a Dream' by Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr.

August 28, 1963
mlkphoto.jpg Short excerpts from the beautiful 'I Have a Dream' Speech by Martin Luther King, Jr. delivered on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial in Washington D.C. on August 28, 1963. For full text: Click here

I have a that one day this will rise up and live out the true meaning of its creed: "We hold these to be self-evident: that all men are created ."
...I have a dream that day on the red hills of Georgia, the sons of former and the sons of slaveowners will be able to sit down at a table of .
...I have a dream that my four children will one day live in a where they will be judged by the of their skin but by the of their character.
When we let ring...we will speed up that day when all of God's children...will be able to hands and sing in the words of the old Negro spiritual, " at last! Free at last! Thank God , we are free at !"

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