MLK Jr., Greatest Impact in History
MLK Jr. was a non-violent racial protester
His angle on racial discrimination
MLK Jr. had a great impact on the act of segregation. He led marches and sit-ins without using violence. He started out with the Montgomery, Alabama bus boycott in 1955, he helped by sitting in the front of the bus where white people sit, it put pressure on the bus companies and most of them changed that rule.
his philosophy and accomplishments
MLK Jr. was a leader that fought for black's rights without violence. I believe non violence was the best ways of doing things because if you fight back while you have no right of anything, then what will you do when you have rights? MLK Jr. was a very successful leader he is recognized for the Nobel peace price in 1964, presidential medal of freedom in 1977, and the congressional gold medal in 2004. unfortunately, like all great things MLK Jr. was assassinated on April 4, 1968 while standing on the balcony outside his second-story room at the Lorraine motel in Memphis Tennessee.