letter from brimingham jail
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If you believe in something its worth fighting for
In paragrapgh 8 lines 8 and 9 in "Letter From Birmingham Jail" by Martin Luther King Jr. it says," We started having workshops..."
The reason for these meetings was to try and get the racial signs removed that they were promised that would be removed.
Stand up for what you believe in
In " Letter From Birmigham Jail" by Martin Luther King Jr. on page 2, paragraph 3, it says," You may well ask,' why sit ins...?" " isn't it for a better path ?""you are exactly right."
The explanation of this quote related to the theme is the fact that he took direct action for what he believed in and in the end it helped and was worth it.
Treat others the way you want to be treated
The quote in " Letter from Birmingham Jail" by Martin Luther," We diligently urge people to obey the Supreme Courts decision of 1954 outlawing segregation..." page 3, paragraph 1.
The law of 1954 was to end segregation in schools but it was not a followed law and that is because the majority did not agree with it. Luther was basically saying just because the majority doe not agree with is does not mean they can just not follow it because we are black.
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