Martin Luther King Jr. And The Segregation Movement

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Throughout the 1950s and 60s, it was common for African Americans to be segregated from almost everything white people could do. Since this era, everything has changed to a whole different level. However, this man’s voice stood out for the African Americans that did not want to be treated unfairly anymore. Despite the segregation and discrimination the African Americans faced, a man named Martin Luther King Jr. arose in society to end the unequal rights. Martin Luther King Jr. was a social activist who influenced the world through his empowering personality that also led to the right way to do everything . King led a large number of peaceful protests that helped The Segregation Movement catch notice to people besides African Americans

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