Martin Luther King Jr.
Civil Rights Activist
King went to a segregated high school, at Booker T. Washington High. He then went to college at Morehouse College, a school for Negro students only. He graduated in 1948. Then he decided he wanted to be a pastor like his father. He attended Crozer Theological Seminary. Later, he received a doctoral degree from Boston University in 1955. He became Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.