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We Shall Overcome -- Lincoln Memorial - National Park Service

Photographs and description of Lincoln Memorial ... Lincoln Memorial during the 1963 Civil Rights Protests ... Martin Luther King, Jr., ...

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Martin Luther King, Jr. NHS: Historic Resource Study ...

CIVIL RIGHTS LEADERSHIP OF MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. In 1954, the Dexter Avenue Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama, hired Martin Luther King, Jr., as its pastor.

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International Civil Rights: Walk of Fame - John Lewis

Congressman John Lewis has dedicated his life to the non ... traveling through the South with white activists to protest ... Martin Luther King, Jr., ...

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The King Center - Martin Luther King Jr National Historic ...

The Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social Change, Inc. ... Ebenezer Baptist Church's most famous member, Martin Luther King, Jr., ...

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Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historic Site-- Places ...

Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historic Site traces the life of a remarkable man who helped to ... King soon was speaking and leading protests across the ...

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We Shall Overcome -- The Players - National Park Service

... A. Philip Randolph, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., ... in the civil rights movement was Martin Luther King, ... for local protests and for the ...

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Martin Luther King, Jr. NHS: Historic Resource Study ...

... Atlanta's Auburn Avenue Neighborhood and Martin Luther King, Jr., ... Montgomery blacks chose King to lead their protest against ... The King family—Martin, ...

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Martin Luther King, Jr. NHS: Historic Resource Study ...

Martin Luther King, Jr., ... but prior to the 1950s, they rarely led civil rights protests that extended beyond their church membership or community.

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International Civil Rights: Walk of Fame - Fred Shuttlesworth

Once called "the most courageous civil rights fighter in the South" by Martin Luther King, Jr., ... while leading a protest against ... Fred Shuttlesworth was the ...

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