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Segregation is Unconsitutional
King writes, "We have waited more than three hundred forty years for out God-given and constitutional rights."
Color Shouldn't Matter
King states, "butt i would say in more emphatic terms that it is even more unfortunate that the white power structure of this city left negro community with no other alternative"
Equality Means Equal for All
King argues, "I don't believe you would have so warmly commended the police force if you seen its angry dogs literally biting six unarmed, nonviolent negroes."
Martin Luther King Jr. believes that segregation is unconstitutional because people have rights regardless of their color and that the wait for those rights has been long enough.
Martin Luther King Jr. argues that color should not matter because we are all still equal people.
King expresses his disappointment in the South for not allowing equal treatment to the negro people.
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