Martin Luther King
Martin Luther King Jr. changed many ways of the black community. King Jr.
is famous for many things which consists of; The Bus Boycott, Birmingham
Protest march, and the Poor People's campaign. He fought for many rights
for the blacks and he won a lot of the campaigns, but yet, he had also not
gone through with every single case. Giving the blacks what they had asked
and deserved for has changed us to this day. If it weren't for Martin
Luther King Jr., the world may not be as it is now.
Since the day Martin Luther King Jr. was shot on April 4th 1968, He has
evolved from a prominent civil rights movement in the United States. His
words were quoted by many people that had no power, people with great power,
and by anyone who has a dream to make their life better, to better the
nation, or the world.
For his great efforts, monuments and other such
symbolic figures have been dedicated to this courages man in his name.
Monuments such as the Center for Nonviolent Social Change, was established
to show his great efforts in his working abilities. Starting in 1986, the
U.S. congress made King very different from the rest of the people by having
his birthday to be remembered by having a holiday that laid on his birthday.
King was brought up into a family of many Baptist ministers. Martin Luther
King Sr., his father, was a priest of the Ebenezer Baptist Church. This was
a very important position and role that was handed down to him from his
wife's father, Adam Daniel Williams. King Jr. being the son of a priest who
had been associated with the black middle class, was fortunate enough to
have many opportunities for...