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    Martin Luther king jr Do you know about Martin Luther king Jr?He was born in January 15,1929 in Atlanta,GA.He is an important man in the Civil Rights Movement. Martin Luther king Jr lead the civil rights movement.He was successful to African Americans in the south and other parts of the united states. Got arrested 30 times with other young people for protesting segregation.King marched in Washington D.C. and had said a speech called “I have a dream”.His first arrest was in 1955 for leading the bus boycott in Montgomery.King had inspired the congress enacted civil rights in 1964. King did not like to fight with violence so he fought nonviolently. Martin did not like black and white divided he wanted everyone together. If martin and…

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    Malcolm X and Martin Luther King Jr. led the charge of civil rights despite disagreeing with the basic factors of method and intention. Malcolm X’s famous speech The Ballot or The Bullet remains integral to his methods for attaining his goals. King’s Letter from Birmingham Jail communicates his intentions as well as his celebrated methods of civil disobedience. Malcolm X and King often critiqued the other in their work either in speeches or in writing; in his speech, Malcolm X calls attention to…

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    Coretta Scott King a Hero Heroes can be little people too. Martin Luther King was a man who wanted civil rights for blacks, well what about his wife Coretta Scott King? Coretta Scott King was the wife to the nation’s most resembles man, and a woman who moved mountains to make his name a holiday and build a center in his name, Coretta Scott King was an American author, activist, and civil rights leader. Born in Marion, Alabama, she graduated in 1945 and received a scholarship to Antioch College…

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    Macey Williams Research Paper Mrs. Vaden 3/27 /17 Martin Luther King Jr. Martin Luther King Jr. was a great leader because he motivated others to take action and used non-violence as a method for change. Throughout his leadership, Martin has made several speeches, accomplished many of his goals, and inspired other people to make in the world. Martin is a person who changed the world and never gave up on his beliefs. On the third Monday of January, people celebrate what he has done to change…

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    Martin Luther King Jr.

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    Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. is best known for his role in the advancement by non-violent civil disobedience. His actions were based on his christian beliefs. Who was Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.? Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was born on january 15,1929 in Atlanta, Georgia to Michael Luther King sr and Alberta Williams King. His given name was michael King jr. At the age of six, his as well as his father's name was changed to Martin Luther King. He was one of three children. He had a sister named…

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    activist Martin Luther King Jr. once said, “The time is always right to do what is right.”(”MLK Quotes”) King unceasingly fought for what he believed to be right, even when it contradicted what the laws stated. Martin Luther King Jr’s involvement in civil disobedience was due to personal influences, he chose to participate in civil disobedience to protest racial inequality, and he achieved success using this controversial method of standing up for what he strongly believes to be right. Civil…

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    Every great leader uses the same brilliant ideas. They're inspired by a dream or a vision. Then, they use their ideas to bring people together and make a change. Martin Luther King Jr. A man of impressive morals who devoted his life to the people He had the inspiration as a leader to make his goals and fulfill a dream. King can be judged in one of two ways, looked down on or looked up to. Remembering him because of his persistence, and how his voice and efforts impacted the hearts of the people.…

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    schools, restaurants, and even bathrooms just because you were different. Then, on December 1, 1955 the second African American woman decided not to give up her seat on the bus, this leads to a rise in racial tensions.A man named Martin luther King Jr. will rise up and use this severe discrimination to fuel his dream of a better world. Martin Luther King Jr’s early and adult life changed how we viewed and treated African Americans when he had first protested and how we view people in the…

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    Martin Luther King Jr was an amazing influence for Americans and Africans, who started the “Walk on Washington” to show that black and whites were all equal together. King who influenced the Civil Rights movements based on his beliefs, words, and actions helped end segregation in the U.S. King supported the movement based on his belief. He was an example of a brave man who stood up for what he believed in. Segregation was wrong in many ways. King encouraged that we should get along with other…

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    Daneisha Rodgers Ms. Love English II Honors 10 February 2016 Outline Topic: Civil Disobedience Research Question: Is civil disobedience effective or not? Thesis Statement: Civil disobedience is effective because it involves a nonviolent reasoning which brings a few deficiencies, however the advantages to the system have been successful in political and social movements. I. Introduction A. Background B. Civil disobedience is effective because it involves a nonviolent reasoning which brings a…

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