Dr. Martin Luther King And The Civil Rights Movement

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The morning of January 15, 1929 marks the birth of one of the most inspiring and influential people in history, Dr. Martin Luther King. Not many people could endure what he had to go through. Dr. King was persistent and dedicated to vanquishing segregation and protecting the minorities. He was born into a religious family. His father, Michael King Sr., was a minister of a church. His mother, Alberta Williams King, was a pastor. At a young age Dr. King started questioning the structure of the United States. People were not supposed to be judged by race or color according to the constitution but he was treated unfairly every day. Dr.King eventually followed in his father’s footsteps and became a pastor. He began to preach about equality and

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