Letter From A Birmingham Jail By Martin Luther King Jr.

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“Letter from a Birmingham Jail”- by Martin Luther King Jr. Martin Luther King Jr. was sent to jail because he had been marching against racial segregation. Marched into downtown Birmingham to protest the existing segregation laws; all were arrested.While he was in jail, he wrote a letter as a response to the “Call of Unity” a statement by some of the Birmingham. Clergymen who felt that King was wrong to show trouble in the street. But, King was not going to let them take him down and that he is going stand what he believe what was right. He believes that justice itself is in contradictory. King believe injustice can be blackmail to justice and it can be place anywhere. King tried to makes a point that he hopes that the church will see

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