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Martin Luther King Jr.: Leader For Civil Rights

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Martin Luther King born on the January 15, 1929. Martin was the leader for the civil rights. Martin was a son of a pastor. In his childhood Martin has experienced discrimination with his friends. His family tree has influenced him to be a pastor himself. In 1945, he studied at Boston university and graduated there. Martin had also meet his future wife at Boston, knowing she was also passionate about rights for the African-americans. In 1964 he officially became pastor. Martin has always still fighted for the civil rights for African-americans. It was on August 28, 1963 that he gave his world famous speech “I have a dream”, this speech has influenced and changed the world that is today. When Martin turned 35, he received his Nobel peace award.

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