Martin Luther King

Martin Luther King

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  • In 1953 he married Coretta Scott, with whom he had four children
  • This time, Martin Luther King was imprisoned and later freed by the intercession of John Fitzgerald Kennedy, then running for president of the United States, but managed to blacks equal access to libraries, cafeterias and parking lots.
  • In the summer of 1963, his struggle reaches one of its high points to lead a massive march on Washington in which about 250,000 people participated, to which he gave the speech today titled I have a dream
  • Martin Luther King, Nobel Peace Prize in 1964
  • In March 1965 leading a rally of thousands of supporters of civil rights who traveled nearly a hundred kilometers from Selma, where there had been acts of racial violence to Montgomery.
  • The struggle of Martin Luther King had a tragic end: the April 4, 1968 was assassinated in Memphis by James Earl Ray, a common criminal whites. As funerals were held in the church Edenhaëser Atlanta, a wave of violence spread throughout the country.
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