Michael Luther King (later known as Martin Luther King) was born in 15 January 1929 in Atlanta, Georgia. The day when all his story began.
Martin Luther King started school in January 1932 in a nursery school. He was educated well, which was the first step of his career.
When King was still a child, his white friend one day told him that his dad doesn't want him to play with King. Anger boiled under King's skin, he felt his dignity crushed by the world that he is living in. He wanted to make a change.
In 1944, King went to Morehouse College at the young age of fifteen. He got a degree in sociology from Morehouse, a divinity (religion) degree from Crozer Seminary and then a doctor's degree in theology (religion beliefs) from Boston University.
1955, an African American women named Rosa refused to give up her seat to a white American man and refused to go to the back of the bus where African Americans are meant to be seating. So MLK organised the Montgomery Bus Boycott which lasted for a year. In was MLK's first major event and was very successful.
In 1963, 28 August during The March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom that attracted more than two hundred thousand demonstrators to the Lincoln Memorial. MLK gave his most famous speech "I had a dream". He said that "I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the colour of their skin, but by the content of their character."