How Martin Luther King Jr Inspired a Nation

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Martin Luther King Jr good leadership for others of peace and friendship.

On January 15, 1929 Martin Luther King was born and grew up in a big house in Auburn Avenue in Atlanta, Georgia. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. fought for fairness between the races. Martin Luther King Jr. was one of the greatest leaders in history because he inspired people through his marches and demonstrations, as well as his speeches.

In order to create change, Martin Luther King Jr. he inspired people through his marches and demonstrations.Martin Luther King Jr had inspired the people to make a change to let the freedom come to the same equal rights. Patricia and Fredrick McKissack note that, “Dr. King started the the Southern Christian Leadership Conference.” Martin Luther King Jr quote proves that shows leadership to others and makes a conference to the SCLC that he had started. Martin Luther King Jr. was the peace nobel  prize to give freedom and the same equal rights of the black and the white of the restaurant, bus, and seats in the buss.Patricia and Fredrick McKissack note that, “Dr king win the nobel prize in 1964. He was the second African American to win this high honor.” Martin Luther King Jr had that he showed that he was the second African American to have the price in 1964.Martin Luther King Jr had been the greatest person to get people interesting what they had did to one another. This shows how he inspired,…” Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that.The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and convenience, but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy.Faith is taking the first step even when you don’t see the whole staircase.” This quote shows that he inspired people with him saying darkness …. and that shows he want things right. This had shown how did Martin Luther King Jr had like being a poetry and make things right by inspiring people. Martin Luther King Jr. was a very good speaker and he was to inspire people with his words.

Early in his life, Martin Luther King Jr was feeling a preacher and he felt he was one of them and the people loved his poet. “Martin was born into a family of preachers. His great-grandfather, grandfather, father, and uncle were all preachers.” Even as a child, King inspired the people by being brave and being able to give speeches where people loved what he had to say. Middle of his live, Martin Luther King knew one of his favorite thing could happen to him being a preacher to  be one of their family. “By the time he finished Morehouse in the class of 1948, Martin knew he wanted to be a preacher.” Martin Luther King had the life time to being a preacher to inspired to others to know what he had inspired to his city what they have done to each other. Last of his life, Martin Luther King Jr. had thought what could change their minds and bring the peace and friendship. “He talked about having a dream where Americans lived in peace and friendship.’ Let freedom ring,’ he said.”Martin Luther King was trying to bring the friendship and peace of the old time and telling them what the bad needs need to change and bring back again. This shows that Martin Luther King Jr was the greatest person who change the city and made and made it a better place.
Martin Luther King Jr was the man had inspired the people to change the laws and was a hard worker and had lead the people them being, happening  of they being doing to black people. Martin Luther King wanted to things be peace and friendship to what had happened to it.

 

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