Servant Hero: Martin Luther King Jr

Izak Plasky

Who Was Martin Luther King Jr.?

Martin Luther King Jr. was a baptist minister, activist, humanitarian, and leader of the African-American Civil Rights Movement.

What Did Martin Luther King Jr. Do?

Martin Luther King Jr. was one of the people that made African-Americans equal with the white people. He is known for his nonviolent protests against everything the whites said they should do.
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When Did Martin Luther King Do All Of This?

All of Martin Luther King Jr.'s movements started in 1955 with the Montgomery Bus Boycott and ended in 1968 when he was assassinated.

Why Did Martin Luther King Jr. Do All of This?

Martin Luther King Jr. did all of this because he was tired of African-Americans getting treated the lesser few and he decided to do something about it. He lead peaceful protests all over the country and he even went to jail a few times.
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What Kind of Impact did Martin Luther King Jr. Have?

The kind of impact that Martin Luther King Jr. had was that he inspired many other people to protest that the African-Americans should be equal. There were also people that inspired him like Rosa Parks, Nelson Mandela, and Gandhi.