Growing up in the South.
You'll be Martin Luther King Jr.
January 15th, 1929
The King family weren't poor. They lived in a good neighbourhood and had enough money to live comfortably.
Black people didn't have the same right as white people. They lived in different worlds.
Excuse me! This is my seat and I don't know, why I've to give you this spot.
M. L. King Jr. suffered racial segregation
Hey! You get up and give me this seat. Right now!
Why you hit him on the face?
That little black bastard stepped on my foot.
Sometimes was hard not to nate white people.
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