Martin Luther King Jr

Martin Luther King Jr used non-violent civil disobedience to fight against the segregation policy of America against blacks. He proposed equality of both the races and used peaceful marches and speeches to raise awareness and build pressure on the government to change the way things were. Through the practical experience of leading non-violent protests, King came to understand how nonviolence could become a way of life, applicable to all situations. In the autobiographical chapter of his first book, King wrote, “the conviction that nonviolent resistance was one of the most potent weapons available to oppressed people in their quest for social justice.”

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