381. Why do you think it's important for people to treat each other equally regardless of who they are and where they come from? Why do you think some people have a hard time doing that?
382. Imagine a situation in which you use peace and understanding instead of violence to deal with the problem. In what ways would your non-violent approach be more successful?
383. In some areas, Martin Luther King, Jr. Day is a day of service. What are some ways that you could serve your community? Why might you choose these methods of service above some others?
384. Have you ever noticed any discrimination against you or one of your friends? If so, how did the discrimination make you feel? If not, write a story about seeing discrimination and how you would react to it.
385. Create a made-up story using the following words: race, color, speech, and equality.
386. Imagine that you had a dream of how the world could be a better place? What are some of the things that might happen in that dream? What are some ways in which you could make the dream actually happen?
387. When Dr. King was alive, people would listen to his speeches on the radio and feel happy and inspired. Who are some people that we watch on TV or online who make us feel the same way today? Do any of your friends inspire you? If so, why?
388. What do you think it means for all people to be treated equally? What are some ways today in which some people are not treated as equals? Why do you think there is still inequality in the world?
389. Why do you think name-calling is a mean thing to do? Why do you think some people do it even when it hurts other people’s feelings?
390. Imagine that you had to give a speech to more than 25,000 people about the state of the world today. What do you think you'd talk about? Would your speech be a success? Why or why not?