Martin Luther King Jr.

Topics: African American, Montgomery Bus Boycott / Pages: 11 (2672 words) / Published: Nov 22nd, 2013
Martin Luther King Jr.

Table of Contents
Page 1: Introduction

Page 2-3: Chapter 1
Background, Accomplishments

Page 4: Chapter 2
Qualities of a Hero

Page 5: Chapter 3
Creative Work, Quote

Page 6: Conclusion
Influence

Page 7: Reflection

Page 8: Bibliography

Page 9: Appendix
Photos, Quotes, Sayings

Introduction
Our project is about heroes and leaders, what defines them and what special qualities are needed in order to be a successful hero or leader.

Before the 1960s, racial discrimination in many areas of American life was legal. One could be excluded from restaurants, hotels, theaters, even stores, or turned down for employment, on the basis of his race. Many states also had ways of preventing black citizens from voting, managed to keep their schools segregated for years.

We decided to do our project on Martin Luther King Jr. We chose to do our project on him because we think that he was a big influence on society, not just a great leader but also an important hero.

Martin Luther King Jr, is one of the most important people in the history of America because he fought for equality between blacks and whites. His famous "I Have A Dream" speech made a huge difference. He believed in fighting hate with love. Martin Luther King Jr. was an influential person because he tried to put an end to racism and make peace for the world, in a peaceful way. He wanted people to be treated equally and not differently. He wanted freedom for the world.

He was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1963, the year of his famous March on Washington, in which thousands of people of all races participated and at which he made his "I Have a Dream" speech.

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Chapter One
Martin Luther King Jr. was born in Atlanta, Georgia on January 15, 1929. His birth certificate listed his first name as Michael later changed to Martin. His Grandfather and then his Father both served as pastors.

He was born during a time when black

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