Martin Luther King
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Martin Luther King , Jr. was an American pastor of the Baptist church that developed a crucial role in the US
Defender of civil rights. The long struggle of black Americans to achieve full rights met since 1955 an acceleration in whose leadership would emphasize soon
Despite the arrests and police or racist attacks , the movement for civil equality was starting judicial decisions and legislative decisions against apartheid and won the endorsement of the Nobel Peace Prize awarded to King in 1964
Martin Luther King studied theology at Boston University . From a young age he became aware of the situation of social and racial segregation blacks living in his country
In 1954 he took over a church in the city of Montgomery, Alabama.
Rosa Parks was arrested and fined for sitting in the whites- only section of a bus ; King led a massive boycott of more than a year against segregation on municipal buses
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