Martin Luther King, Jr. Chapters

MLK entered the civil rights movement in 1955. A young, newly married pastor of a Montgomery, Alabama church, he was asked to lead a bus boycott aimed at ending segregation of public transport in Montgomery.

On March 16, 1968 Robert Kennedy announceshe will run for president.

Nazis killed Bonhoeffer at the Flossenburg concentration camp because he would not be silent about the wrongdoings of Hitler and the Nazis.

At Flossenburg, a Nazi concentration camp, everyone knew the words a soldier spoke to a condemned prisoner: Make ready and come with us. On Su...

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