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

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During the 19th and 20th centuries there were numerous discussions and reflections about the social status of African-Americans, especially concerning their rights, and equality in comparison to the White Americans. “Letter from Birmingham Jail” is a letter written by Martin Luther King Jr in 1963, when African Americans were fighting for equality with the White Americans. King wrote this eloquent and profound letter while incarcerated in a prison in the city of Birmingham. In that letter, responding to criticism of his fellow members of the clergy, Dr. King explains to the world the purpose of its activities and choices. Indeed his colleagues were not adhering to its activities. They found these activities “unwise and untimely” and also they
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