My family has always celebrated the life and works of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. As I type, my husband, the chairperson for our local Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. committee is diligently working on a series of events that will take place in our home town this weekend. I think it is very important to teach our children about the past – the good, bad and ugly. With that, I also think it’s very important to teach them to understand and share the feelings of another. Talking about diversity and race can be a touchy subject. To make that conversation a little easier I have attached a link of books that celebrate Dr. King and standing up for what is right.