Letter of Birmingham Comic
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If you believe in something, it is worth working for.
Dr. King works for what he believes is right.
He says, "I cannot sit idly by in Atlanta and not be concerned about what happens in Birmingham."
This proves that he does not just wanna sit by and not help do anything about his people being segregated against.
All men are created equal
Dr. King believes God created people equal but the way people treat Negroes is not equal.
He says, "Its unjust treatment of Negroes in the courts is a notorious reality."
This proves how he believes Negroes are treated. He says that the court system treats them unfairly.
Stand up for what you believe in
Dr. King stands up for what he believes in by peacefully going on a march.
He says, "...but when the ordinance is used to preserve segregation & to deny citizens the 1st amendment privilege of peaceful protest, then it becomes unjust."
This proves that he is taking a stand for being arrested for using his rights. This helps to prove all three themes. He stands up for what believes is correct and proves not all men are created equal.
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