What happens when Miles and Martin see Kyle and Randy?
When they return, only Miles and Martin return together and the present is different. They discover that the museum is now just a burned down house. They also find out Randy and Kyle are also racists and no longer friends with Miles or know him.
How did Martin solve the problem at the end of the movie?
They watched a movie about Martin Luther King Jr. How did Martin solve the problem at the end of the movie? Martin went back in time to become a peacekeeper.
Who are the characters in our friend Martin?
Miles WoodmanRobert Ri’chardRandy SmithLucas BlackMrs. PeckWhoopi GoldbergMr. HarrisEdward AsnerMariaJessica Marie GarciaMiles’ MomAngela Bassett
Our Friend, Martin/Characters
When did our friend Martin come out?
Our Friend, Martin
|Directed By:||Rob Smiley Vincenzo Trippetti|
|Distributed By:||20th Century Fox Home Entertainment|
|Release Date:||January 12, 1999|
What is the theme of our friend Martin?
Our Friend, Martin is a 1999 American direct-to-video animated children’s educational film about Martin Luther King Jr. and the Civil Rights Movement.
What do you think is the purpose of the speech I Have a Dream by Martin Luther King Jr?
The purpose of the speech was to address the issues of segregation and racism as a whole. King speaks about the issues of racism and segregation in America during the 1960’s. He encourages the use of non-violent protests and to fight for equality to help America solve the issue.
When did MLK say True peace is not merely the absence of tension it is the presence of justice?
March 25, 1965
Montgomery, Alabama, March 25, 1965. “True peace is not merely the absence of tension; it is the presence of justice.”
Did Stanley Levison write I have a dream?
He was also a close adviser to Dr. King and a ghostwriter for him. Levison co-wrote with Clarence Benjamin Jones one of the drafts for Dr. King’s “I Have a Dream” speech presented at the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom on August 28, 1963.
What is Martin Luther King’s dream summary?
In his “I Have a Dream” speech, minister and civil rights activist Martin Luther King Jr. outlines the long history of racial injustice in America and encourages his audience to hold their country accountable to its own founding promises of freedom, justice, and equality.