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Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., leads a crowd of 125,000 Vietnam War protesters in front of the United Nations in New York on April 15, 1967, as he voices a repeated demand to "Stop the bombing." (AP Photo

, leads a crowd of Vietnam War protesters in front of the United Nations in New York on April as he voices a repeated demand to "Stop the bombing." (AP Photo) Photo by Add this to feed

Rev. Martin Luther King, kneeling in peaceful protest for Civil Rights, in the 1960s. The battle continues today.

, center, leads a group of civil rights workers and Selma black people in prayer on Feb. 1965 in Selma, Alabama after they were arrested on charges of parading without a permit. More than 250 persons were arrested as they marc

Martin Luther King, Jr leads a prayer in a church before the second Selma to Montgomery Civil Rights march, also known as 'Turnaround Tuesday', Selma, Ala., March 1965.

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American religious and Civil Rights leader Martin Luther King Jr leads a prayer in a church before the second Selma to Montgomery Civil Rights march.

Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.

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10 Things You Can Learn From Martin Luther King, Jr. -“We who engage in nonviolent direct action are not the creators of tension. We merely bring to the surface the hidden tension that is already alive.

“We come humbly to say to the men in the forefront of our government that the civil rights issue is not an ephemeral, evanescent domestic issue that can be kicked about by reactionary guardians of the status quo,” King said in his powerful, rich preacher’s voice. “It is rather an eternal moral issue which may well determine the destiny of our nation…. The hour is late. The clock of destiny is ticking out. We must act now, before it is too late.”

Pictured: Among his landmark early addresses, King’s speech that day, known as “Give Us the Ballot,” urged President Eisenhower and members of Congress to protect.

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A teen would pin Dr. Martin Luther King Jr in the because during this time he was the leader of the Civil Rights movement of African Americans and he was a big name in that time period because of his Speech and movement

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in Chicago, showboating in a pool match with local civil rights leader Al Raby.

Martin Luther King playing pool who knew MLK could be such a bad ass.

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