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    Being an African American citizen in America, I give the upmost respect to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and his efforts in the Civil Rights Movement. Because of this heroic, selfless man, I am able to apply for this scholarship or any other I qualify for, attend any school of my choosing, and live in a country where the color of your skin does not dehumanize you anymore. If I had the opportunity, I would not be able to thank Dr. King enough for leading the historic movement in which he payed the…

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    Martin Luther King Junior, the man who ended segregation, man of honor. Mr. King was a very important political leader, he wished many great things for our country. What would we be today without the things he has done? What started the ideas Mr. King had in mind? Just one thing he had a dream. He was determined to unify our country. It all started one day with a famous woman named Rosa Parks. Her story is quite simple, she refused to give up her seat on the bus for a white man. News soon…

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    Martin Luther is one of the greatest religious leaders the world has ever seen and is thought to have been the spark to the Reformation. Some people viewed Martin as a heretic, but the other people saw him as a supporter of religious freedom and truth. The Lutheran church branch is named after him so many people in todays society credit him as the most influential person to help shape the state of Protestant Christian religion. He was a pious German monk and theologian. Martin disagreed with…

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    Americans fought similar battles, but by the 1950’s they had many factions divided over which agenda and what tactics were the most effective and often turned on each other as well. I submit that current events still demonstrate this divide. While Martin Luther King Jr. is still revered and I submit the most effective of civil-rights leaders in the last century, he was maligned for his positive, anti-violence agenda, still might be today. More aggressive African American groups and leaders like…

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    Martin Luther King holds his speech ”I have a dream” in front of the Lincoln Memorial Monument,Washington 1963. 
Martin Luther King and american contradictions Over fifty years ago Dr. King spoke about his dreams in front of the Lincoln Monument. Dreams that yelled for equality between afro-americans and white people. When Obama got elected to office, he became the first black president in the history of the US. Many people thought that this were Dr. King’s dreams coming true. What people do…

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    Increasingly, the progression of society has relied upon the presence of a phenomenon referred to as leadership. Frequently, this phenomenon aids in the creation of dynamic individuals known as leaders. Leaders are often shaped by the circumstances that affect their lives; thus, some individuals are born to inherit the role of a leader once those currently in power deem them ready; Other individuals are molded into leaders by their surroundings. The term “leader” is used to refer to these…

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    researcher focused on Martin Luther and the Lutheran Reformation. For three decades, he was a frontrunner in the field of Reformation studies, to which he gave generously of his time and talent, serving on the editorial boards of Studies in the Reformation and the Lutheran Quarterly. Kittleson wrote “Luther the Reformer: The Story of the Man and His Career” in 1986, with the primary purpose, “to tell the story of Martin Luther to readers who are not specialist in the field of Luther studies have…

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    be brave enough to face the consequences if they choose to protest that law? Should they? Henry David Thoreau, “Civil Disobedience” critiques that citizens must protest a law that is unjust, and his own experiences and methods for protest, and Martin Luther King Jr’s “Letter from Birmingham Jail” where he speaks of his approach to protesting against unjust laws, even if it lands him in jail. Both philosophers regarding on their answers on this question shows that they are both willing to protest…

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    matters. Trials can either have a positive or negative impact. If they can stand up to the trial, and pass the test, they develop a sense of grit. Martin Luther King Jr. was a man who knew great conflict, but always knew how to rise up, and take over the powerful grips of overwhelming difficulties. Racism seemed like an unfixable problem. It was Martin against the society. He leaned on his powerful morals, teached others, and lead one of the most influential revolutions…

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    chances of going to heaven, until a guy named Martin Luther protested against the church. Luther goes against the church's teachings and corruption which sparked the Protestant Reformation. The Protestant Reformation have changed the course of history for nations and the people. The church became corrupt, priests were dishonest, the church got wealthy by selling indulgences, ripping people off of their money, and the church became “too worldly.” Martin Luther disagreed with the church's…

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