Examples Of Injustice In Letter From Birmingham Jail

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Martin Luther King Jr. strived for justice. It was his main focus, and he was willing to go great lengths to achieve justice. In the “Letter From Birmingham Jail”, he focuses on addressing criticism of his work and actions. He acknowledged that he had many people who didn’t agree with what he did or believed in, but that never stopped him from doing what he believed was right. He stated that what brought him to Birmingham in the first place, was injustice. “Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.” This is an extremely powerful and selfless statement. What I believe he is saying is, regardless of where injustice was taking place, it affected him and everyone around him. “Whatever affects one directly, affects all indirectly.” He

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