Martin Luther King Jr.'s Contribution To The Civil Rights Movement

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Martin Luther King Jr. was a leader in the African American civil rights movement during the 1950s and 1960s. He may not have explored a new territory or developed a new scientific law, but he did explore the ideas of equality between Whites and Blacks in America. Through inspiring speeches and nonviolent marches, he kick started desegregation between Whites and Blacks. His peaceful tactics set an example worldwide for nonviolent protests and improved conditions for people of colour in America. His moral explorations lead to more of the white population seeing African Americans as an equal, peaceful people rather than inferior ones. He also lead to eventual desegregation. Martin Luther King Jr.’s movements brought a new meaning to civil rights
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