I'm genuinely curious as to know if this was a test to see how many people would not notice the lack of Jr., who was the civil rights activist. MLK was MLK Jr's father, which I guess is important, seeing as he raised him.
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Martin Luther King convinced all of us that African Americans can live with us and still love each other, each and everyday, no matter what their skin color or race was. He woke us up. He also freed African Americans, from being treated like slaves. It's a shame of what happened to him though. If he never even convinced us to change our ways, then those African Americans will always be treated like crap, and a lot of people don't care; but I do, I would hate to see or hear about African Americans being treated like animals. Martin was right though. We are all the same people. We just have a different skin color, but our skin color or race, does not define who we are.
A message is more important than a person. The message of brotherly love, peace, togetherness acceptance is more important than Dr.King. If you had brought this message maybe we would be discussing you!
Martin Luther King was part of many non-violent protest, he lead the fight for desegregation and also equal rights. King was arrested many times, like when he was fighting for freedom in Birmingham and the sit-ins and marches took place he was part of the marches and got arrested and put into jail. He became popular and got Government attention. This led him to the march in Washington in 1963.