The life of Martin Luther King Jr. was painfully short but joyously valuable. Using non-violent direct action and the principles of Christian love, King became the most influential pioneer of the civil rights movement in the United States of America. A husband, father, pastor, and leader, King preached a message of hope by taking to the streets and changing the world.
You will hear about:
- Early life
- Montgomery bus boycott
- A brush with death
- March on Washington and murders in Selma
- Riots in Watts and war in Vietnam
- The Poor People’s Campaign and the assassination
- And much more!