Martin Luther King's Fight For Freedom

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Martin Luther claims that segregation is a horrible thing for African Americans and how him fighting for equality is hard but can be done peacefully and legally. He gives many examples to these claims. Martin Luther starts off his letter by talking about all the criticism he receives as a civil rights activist. He says that his secretaries would have little time to focus on other things because of all the criticism letters he gets. Then he talks about some of the associations he is affiliated with and addresses the plans to peacefully protest segregation. Then states that the protest be conducted was the reason he was in Birmingham jail. All of these things he says show that fighting for equality was hard because he ended up in jail because
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