Where did Martin Luther King, Jr. grow up?

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Martin Luther king was born in Atlanta, Georgia. He grew up in the South, attended David T. Howard Elementary school and Atlanta University Laboratory School. He graduated from Booker T High School at 15 and went straight to college. He studied religion at Crozer Theological College after moving to Pennsylvania.
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Martin Luther King, Jr.
Birthplace: Atlanta, Georgia
Raised: in Atlanta, Georgia
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