Martin Luther king believes that the only way to wipe away the injustices experienced within Birmingham City was through holding peaceful negotiations in order to resolve the issues amicably.
In the article, "Ways of Meeting Oppression" by Martin Luther King Jr, tries to bring out Injustices and Oppression, which have been prevalent issues within our society. He believed that black Americans could win equal rights by peaceful means such as peaceful boycotts and marches. He always reminded Americans that their nation's principles were justice, freedom and equality.
Luther King's argument for non-violent protest against the greater good of human beings may be the disobedience by the authorities, but as Erich Fronmon states in his essay "Disobedience is a psychological and Moral Problem", that any act of disobedience against any inhuman law state is morally correct and is for the betterment of the human kind.
In his speech "I have a dream", He says that his nation will rise up to the true meaning of its creed...that all men treated equally. He believed that his children will live to the expectation of his dreams and that equality, both the white people and the black people would exercise fairness and justice.
In Martin Luther King message "Struggle for Equality" in 1963 , he shared his dream of equality with the white Americans , like many other black American he was not treated properly they were forced to use separate al black schools, restaurants and stores. They had different entrances for the black people and certain parts of the nation denied the right to vote.
Thus, the placing of laws was for the arising conditions, People needed awareness of such needs. Peaceful negotiations and boycotts held by Martin Luther and his staff paved way for the rapidly gained equality in their rights.
In the letter to Birmingham jail, racial and education segregation are undermining goals to the hate inflicted upon the African American community. In the...
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