Martin Luther King
King's work on issues like voter registration, the Montgomery Bus Boycott, school desegregation, and housing conditions indelibly altered the lives of millions of Americans, and his speeches and advocacy of nonviolent protest continue to inspire people everywhere. This book pays tribute to the life, work, and message of this legendary leader. Includes index and b/w photos.
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BOYCOTTING THE BUSES
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