Martin Luther King, Jr.'s Fight For Equality

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Martin Luther King, Jr. was born in Georgia And named after his father who was a pastor and a teacher. He grew up going to a segregated school, but still was an excellent student. King started attending Morehouse college when he was fifteen. His main focuses at school were law and medicine he followed a religious calling as well. He began studying at the Crozer Theological Seminary where he began to establish himself as a leader; going on to further his education at Boston university. Civil rights and the fight for equality had always been a part of his life and it really took off when he coordinated the Montgomery buss boycott in response to the Rosa Parks

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