Summary Of Letter From Birmingham Jail

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In the “Letter from Birmingham Jail” written by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was from a jail cell in Birmingham, Alabama when he was arrested. He was arguing his point that he was wrongfully arrested and describing bigger issues in Birmingham. Martin Luther King Jr. had been arrested while participating in a peaceful anti-segregation march on the grounds that he did not have the right or permission to do so. He claims in his letter that he was invited there to protest. He says “I am here in Birmingham because injustice is here”. The court had ordered that he could not hold protests in Birmingham and Dr. King thought that was unjust. In King's letter he replies to the criticisms made by a clergymen in the piece "A Call for Unity". In "A Call

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