What inspired Martin Luther King, Jr.?

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Martin Luther king was greatly inspired by Gandhi in 1959, when he made a trip to India. He believed that Gandhi was the guiding light of the technique of nonviolent social change during the Montgomery, Alabama, bus boycott in 1956 that ended segregation on that city’s buses. He also drew inspiration from other earlier black civil rights leaders such as Booker T Washington.
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because Lincoln was the president who freed the slaves 100 years before the Washington march.
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she like she inspired him because like she was a women and not famous and he wasn't to. so she like inspired him to make a change.
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According to Martin Luther King's biography Gandhi’s non-violent technique for change was an inspiration in his fight for Civil rights. Martin Luther travelled to India in 1959 to witness for himself the results of Gandhi’s non-violent campaign to end British colonial rule.
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