Martin Luther King Research Paper

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Introduction Martin Luther King saw how bad black people were treated, and during the 1950s he became involved in the Civil Rights movement. He was also the president of the boycott in (Rosmanitz, N.D.) 1955. In (Rosmanitz, N.D.) 1963 Martin Luther King gathered hundreds of thousands of Americans, black and white designed a march protest for equal rights in Washington D.C. The Lincoln Memorial is where Martin Luther king also gave his speech “I have a dream”. He is best known for his role in the of civil rights act using nonviolent in the civil rights act based on his Christian beliefs. Martin Luther King’s involvement in The Civil Rights Movement The campaign began on April 3rd with lunch-counter sit-ins. On Apil 6th, protestors marched on City Hall, and forty-two people were arrested. Manifestations took place each day thereafter. While the jails filled with peaceful blacks, King discussed with white businessmen, whose stores were losing business due to the protests. Although some of these businessmen were willing to consider desegregating their facilities and hiring African Americ...

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  • Explains that martin luther king saw how black people were treated, and became involved in the civil rights movement during the 1950s.
  • Describes martin luther king's involvement in the civil rights movement. the civil rights movement was filled with extreme conflict.
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