Martin Luther King Jr.'s Letter From Birmingham Jail

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The most influential form of motivation I drew on to choose this thesis is from Martin Luther King Jr.’s Letter From Birmingham Jail, a letter which defends the civil rights movement and specifically the march on Birmingham to a critic of King’s (King). “Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere” a quote from page one of Letter From Birmingham Jail, is the line that really caught my mind and convinced me to ponder the root cause of injustice, when I reached the conclusion that ignorance anywhere is injustice everywhere. Relating back to Letter From Birmingham Jail, by writing the letter and leading the civil rights marches, Dr. King was responding to the grave injustice faced by black people up to and during the civil rights movement,
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