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Civil Rights, Segregation, and Blacks in the 1960s

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Martin Luther King Jr. in Saint Augustine

1964: An Historic City Becomes a Civil Right Flashpoint The summer of 1964 was a tense and violent time in St. Augustine. Tensions in the segregated city had...
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Free at Last: Martin Luther King Jr. and Nullification - Tenth Amendment Center

Free at Last: Martin Luther King Jr. and Nullification
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You express a great deal of anxiety over our willingness to break laws. This is certainly a legitimate concern.
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He was a great leader and role model for the Black race

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I Have A Dream Speech By Martin Luther King Jr. - A Day In History

Martin Luther King Jr. would stand before a massive crowd on August 28th of 1963 and give his iconic "I Have A Dream" speech. This speech embodied the idea o...
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A Look Back • In St. Louis visit, MLK appeals for end to racism, starting in ... - STLtoday.com

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Martin Luther King Jr., 28 years old and suddenly prominent as leader of the lengthy boycott that integrated public buses in Montgomery, Ala., in 1956.
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Martin Luther giving a speech infront of a mixed race audience.Delegates to the National Council of Churches convention gather in Kiel Auditorium on Dec. 2, 1957, for the second day of their national assembly. The organization of mainline Protestant denominations held conventions every three years. About 2,000 delegates took part during the six-day event. The Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. gave two speeches to the assembly

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Martin Luther giving a speech infront of a mixed race audience.Delegates to the National Council of Churches convention gather in Kiel Auditorium on Dec. 2, 1957, for the second day of their national assembly. The organization of mainline Protestant denominations held conventions every three years. About 2,000 delegates took part during the six-day event. The Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. gave two speeches to the assembly