Analysis Of Martin Luther King Jr. 's Letter From Birmingham Jail

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There are many majority groups that dehumanized the minority’s groups. That has been going on in America. In the past, there were two cultures considered as marginalized. Native American and African American has been considered as unnecessary and historically deprived. They have fought back to defend their culture. There are two texts wrote about what they felt by being “marginalized”. Which is known as Martin Luther King, Jr.’s “Letter from Birmingham Jail” and Robert Schmidt’s “Team Names and Mascots.” During their argument, they both used similar methods to approach their topics such as argument was used and using powerful evidence to explain thesis statements. Also, their statements or claims are to support their opinions and convince others. These two articles argue about two different issues. However, these articles have approached a discrimination of cultures in common.
Martin Luther King Junior is a leader in the African-American civil rights movement. In 1963, the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC) began a nonviolent campaign against racial discrimination in Birmingham, Alabama. King had aided in their communities need because he believed that injustice is in Birmingham. Early in the campaign, King was arrested by breaking the law. King’s charge was not getting permission for civil disobedience. While King was in imprisoned, he wrote a letter to the white clergymen. This was where he wrote one of his well-known writings, “Letter from Birmingham Jail”.…

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