Summary Of Letter From Birmingham Jail

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In Dr. Martin Luther King JR’s. Letter from Birmingham Jail, Dr. King explains to his fellow clergymen the purpose for being in the Birmingham jail. He describes the injustices in the city, and how he and his organization the Southern Christian Leadership Conference are trying to resolve them. Martin Luther King JR. never stopped fighting for his beliefs, no matter how hard he was knocked down, he and the men and women who followed him always got back up and pressed on. Dr. King’s drive to resolve racial injustice is proof that anything is possible. Birmingham was a southern city so naturally Dr. King was turned down when trying to speak with the city officials. That never stopped him; his powerful words gathered more and more people to fight

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