What were the achievements of Martin Luther King, Jr.?

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Martin Luther King's greatest achievement was being the main force behind the American Civil Rights Movement. He fought for the rights of African-Americans, which revolved around the banning of racial segregation, led the Birmingham campaign, whose aim was promoting their civil rights and, finally, he was instrumental in organizing the largest gathering in Washington's history in March, 1963. Martin Luther was also awarded the Nobel Peace Prize, at least fifty honorary degrees and other several significant awards.
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Martin Luther King had lots of different achievements but everyone should know that he was a very good man.
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Martin Luther King is famous for being a civil rights activist. His most famous speech is the 'I have a dream' speech which spoke of equality for all. Unfortunately he was assassinated
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What type of leadership did Martin Luther King have?
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In the middle.
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Martin Luther King was the youngest person to receive the Nobel Peace Prize for his work toward ending racial segregation and racial discrimination using non-violent methods. He also focused his efforts on ending poverty and opposed the Vietnam War from a religious perspective.
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