Most certainly he did.
he helped black peoples lives
Martin Luther King did not make a speech. However, his son, Martin Luther King Jr, delivered a speech called I Have a Dream.
Martin Luther King made a huge difference to American History he allowed white and black people to be friends, allowed black people to vote and lots more.
he prayed to god all the time.....
Martin Luther King Jr. made the big speech to end segregation and racial acts. His father was not famous. When people refer to Martin Luther King, they're usually referring to Martin Luther King Jr.
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martin Luther king made a speech because he wanted to end racism.
Martin Luther King Jr. made his famous speech in 1963
Martin Luther King Jr. is not a holiday but a person.
Martin Luther-King used metaphors in his speeches to make them more meaningful.
Without Martin Luther King Jr. we would most likely still have segregation.
Well, black were bieng treated worse than animals
His most famous one "I have a dream", was on the steps of the Lincoln monument. Martin Luther, not Martin Luther King Jr.
On 3rd April, 1967, Martin Luther King Jr. made a his "I Have A Dream" speech.
Read about his life. Make pictures on Martin Luther King Day to tell about his dream.
Martin Luther King did advocate for the rights of the minority and the oppressed groups in America.
he wanted to end segergation lead black people to freedom.
of course! haven't you heard of martin Luther king jr. or Marie curie?
martin luther king made the world a better place by changing the law
Martin Luther King junior was human. Like all humans he made mistakes.
Martin Luther King Jr delivered his I Have a Dream speech on August 28, 1963.
He make a difference to black and white can share things , Also he made a difference to know that we are the same even though we not the same color.........
Martin Luther King Jr. had a desire to unite people of all ethnicities. He had a dogged determination to make it work.
Martin Luther King made his speech in Washington D.C in 1963. It was held there at the Lincoln Memorial on August 28.
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