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Mahatma Gandhi was the leader of the Indian Independence in Britain-ruled India. He saw the injustices in his country and sought to create change. He is remembered for being able to achieve this through peace, and he was always an advocate of education. Many peaceful leaders continue to look to Gandhi for inspiration. Explore these Gandhi quotes and discuss with your student how some of these are still very relevant today.

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3rd Grade History: Gandhi’s Quotes

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