How Did Martin Luther King Jr Impact Society

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Martin Luther King Jr. had once said in his powerful speech, “I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character.” Martin Luther King Jr. helped impact society’s way of looking upon people of different races and colors, he shaped today’s society into the way it is and helped towards the end of racism. Martin Luther King Jr. is viewed as a major historical figure and as this, he had rose questions throughout the decades as his legacy was shared. Important questions such as, “How did his beliefs when he was younger impact his beliefs later in his life?”,”Why and how did Martin Luther King Jr. decide that a movement is the best…show more content…
had always stuck to his own personal beliefs and was determined to have his beliefs and dreams become a reality. him Martin Luther King Jr. was a man who always believed in peace and to avoid brutality towards people. Religious beliefs had led him to choose peace over violence. In the”Martin luther king Jr.”, it says that king had attended to a Morehouse where the president had influenced King’s spiritual beliefs by encouraging him to view Christianity as a potential force for social change and realized that an inner urge was calling him to “serve god and community (Carson ,Bonk). This shows that Martin Luther King Jr. had been convinced and soon believed that Christianity could lead him to a nonviolent and peaceful journey of finding equality for all blacks. He had also felt that he had a urge to serve God and the community by taking action for a belief he had. He also had inspirations and the inspirations had affected him by shaping his original views. In “Martin Luther King Jr.”, it states, that African Americans boycotted using the bus for a way of transport, which lowered the bus companies’ money. King had used his
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