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in 1955 King was arrested and imprisoned.
The boycott ended in 1956 with an order of the Supreme Court banned segregation on public transport in the city, which became a national hero to King.
The boycott ends!
Between 1957 and 1960 Martin Luther King took his role as leader of the black minority
A black woman, apparently unbalanced, nailed you a letter opener in the chest as he signed copies of his book.
A year later, after a dream revolts, he wrote his famous letter from the prison of Birmingham, irrevocable Declaration against the inequality of rights based on racial grounds.
on April 4, 1968, King was assassinated by James Earl Ray
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