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Martin Luther King Jr

 Simmons 1 Gabrielle Simmons Mrs. Fitzgerald Social Studies 8A 4/27/10 Martin Luther King Jr. Martin Luther King Jr. is a well known and an inspiring man to all cultures of the world. King was and still is one of the most influential heroes. King's views and believes helped African Americans through the 50's and 60's to the rights and liberties that was their right. King faced many obstacles on his journey, things like jail and even assassination attempts. Despite these obstacles, he...

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Martin Luther King Jr. Role model defined by dictianry.com is a person whose behavior, example, or success is or can be emulated by others. Role models are those who possess the qualities that we would like to have and those who affect us in a way that makes us want to be better people. They teach us to take leadership and follow our goals that are emulated off them. My role model is Martin Luther King Jr. because he is hardworking, a leader, and humble. Martin Luther King Jr. was hardworking...

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Martin Luther King, Jr. Student Name Institution Famous Deeds of Martin Luther King, Jr.Change is the single permanent thing in this world. Time passes, events happen and soon they are forgotten, but some people leave permanent marks on history and the life of others. People who leave marks are said to be famous. These people have the courage to dream, change the lives of others, and have the capacity to accept the new and escape the old. One such person is Martin Luther King, Jr. born Michael...

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Martin Luther King Jr. Martin Luther King Jr. was a very influential man in American society. His leadership in the civil rights movement helped change the racially separated world that once lived in America. An Indian leader, Mohandas Gandhi, influenced his philosophy of nonviolence. King never used violence in his fight for equality, even when violence was used upon him. This got him and all the black Americans the rights, freedoms and equality they deserved. In present day America he is...

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Dr. Martin Luther King Jr Martin Luther King Jr. was a revolutionary man. He spoke of non-violent ways to create a fair and equal society. He preached that all men are the same and created equal no matter the color of your skin. He was a great public speaker and reached many people in his speeches. Martin King even got to speak to thousands of people at the footsteps of the Lincoln Memorial where he spoke these words. "I have a dream that my four little children...

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‘ Martin Luther King Jr. Martin Luther King Jr. was born on January 15, 1929 in Atlanta, Georgia. Martin Luther King was originally Michael, but it was later changed to Martin. He was born to Reverend Martin Luther King, Sr. and Alberta Williams King. King father was named Michael king until he changed it to Martin which King name was changed to Martin. The King family took a trip to Germany, which made them change their name to Martin Luther to honor the Protestant leader Martin Luther. Martin...

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Martin Luther King Jr.

Martin Luther King is a well known, inspiring man, to all cultures of the world. King was and still is one of the most influential heroes. King's views and beliefs, which were similar to the non-violent ideas of Gandhi, helped African Americans through the 50's and 60's obtain the rights and liberties that was their birth right. King faced many obstacles on his quest like jail and even assassination attempts. Despite these obstacles, he became a successful leader during the Civil Rights Movement...

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I. Martin Luther King Jr wanted unity. 1. Dr. King wanted people of all races to work and live together in peace 2. Dr. King considered us all as brothers and sisters 3. Dr. King wanted all children regardless of race to be able to play together II. Martin Luther King Jr was able to address everyone equally. 1. Dr. King had amazing confidence when it came to addressing people who thought he was beneath him. 2. Dr. King also addressed...

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Martin Luther King Jr. Throughout the centuries, racism and prejudice have been leading issues that have a great affect on global communities. With regards to the discrimination within the United States of America, the great bitterness of Caucasians towards those of different ethnic groups, principally African Americans, became comprehensible. During the twentieth century, African Americans encountered racial prejudice from day-to-day and soon became completely segregated. Although these communities...

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The Assassination of Martin Luther King Jr.

Assassination of Martin Luther King Jr. One of the most well-known quotes of all time is “I have a dream.” The day Martin Luther King Jr. gave his “I have a dream speech” he gave hope to millions. Martin Luther King Jr. was a great leader and will never be forgotten. Because of his strong belief for equal rights, he had many groups of society that hated him because they did not want the ways society views blacks to be changed. Because of the many people who had hatred towards Martin Luther King Jr., there...

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