•1963 Martin Luther King and the SCLC began what was dubbed the C project, a series of nonviolent demonstrations in restaurants and libraries, kneeling black people in churches reserved the white, peaceful protest marches, etc. ; all with the purpose to cause arrests.
He was arrested on April 13. During his stay in prison, he wrote the famous Letter from Birmingham Jail (Letter from Birmingham Jail), an essay defines its desegregation and is a passionate statement of his crusade for justice and life.
In such circumstances, he received the direct support of President John Fitzgerald Kennedy and his wife Coretta the Jacqueline Kennedy; He was released a week later.
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