Martin Luther King's Letter From A Birmingham Jail

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Lazaun Jobe In “Letter from a Birmingham Jail”, Martin Luther King, Jr excised his arguments on racism and segregation throughout the southern states of the United Sates. He writes this letter to explain to people how African Americans are treated and harmed by racism and the impact it puts on them mentally and physically. He states that “Birmingham is probably the most thoroughly segregated city in the United States”, and “there have been more unsolved bombings of Negro homed and churches in Birmingham than any city in this nation” (Martin Luther King, pg. 3). King mentions how it is easy for those who have not been affected by segregation, in ways of being labeled based on your race, telling your children they are not allowed in an amusement
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