Martin Luther King Jr's Letter From Birmingham Jail.

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Martin Luther King Jr. wrote the letter from a Birmingham jail responding to his white clergymen. Martin was accused as being an outsider and he wrote the letter to defend himself. The clergymen were the ones who criticized what he did and got him put into jail. Dr. King wrote this letter towards religious leaders that had the power to change segregation laws but wouldn 't do it. He writes this because of the harsh treatment that African Americans received based on their skin tone being different. Martin wanted change to happen but without violence having to occur. Martin Luther King just wanted equality for all men and women and in this letter he shows his feelings towards the unequal and unjust things that were happening at the time. The
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