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born January the 15th 1926 he grew was a baptist church minster and leader of the African American civil rights movement
king stated at university where he wrote his first published letter saying blacks are entitled to basic human rights and opportunities
king was part of the boycott on buses with Rosa park to stop segregation of black people from white people
later in kings life when he stated receiving threatening phone calls this inspired him to do more a few days later his house is bombed
later after this incident he was stabbed and hospitalized but still went on to give the i have a dream speech to the 200,000 people were attending a political rally a march on Washington
King was arrested for demanding service in a whites only restaurant this was one of his last protests not long after he was assassinated
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