Martin Luther King, Jr. Story Briefs

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.

Dr. King gives his powerful, transforming ''I Have a Dream'' speech at the Lincoln Memorial on August 28, 1963.

On April 3, 1968 - while in Memphis supporting sanitation workers - MLK gave a moving speech. It was his last.

It starts on 7 March 1965 when a civil rights procession, from Selma to Montgomery, turns violent. MLK gets involved and leads the second attempt (on ...

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