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What are the Jim Crow laws? The Jim Cows law, was a law that was made for the Afro-American and white American could have equal rights and should be treated equal. What do you know about MLK's childhood and parents? Martin Luther King, Jr. was born on 15 January 1929 in his maternal grandparents' large Victorian house on Auburn Avenue in Atlanta, Georgia. He was the second of three children, and was first named Michael, after his father. Both changed their names to Martin when the boy was still young. King's paternal grandfather, James Albert King, had been a sharecropper near the small town of Stockbridge, Georgia, outside Atlanta. Like most sharecroppers, he had worked hard and earned little. King, Sr. was the second of ten children. He had left Stockbridge for Atlanta at the age of sixteen, with nothing but a sixth-grade education and a pair of shoes. Thus King grew up in a family that encouraged him to notice and respond to injustices. Later in life, his father and mother would always continue to support King's choices, though they were forced at times to witness the tragic consequences of those choices, including their son's premature death. What did MLK learn from Gandhi? Martin Luther King learned the success and value in peaceful protest that was adopted originally by Mahatma Gandhi. What happened in Montgomery? On 1 December 1955 a black woman named Rosa Parks refused to give up her seat on a full Montgomery bus. Bus company policy dictated that black passengers fill seats from the back and white passengers fill seats from the front. Where the sections met, blacks were expected to yield to whites. The racist atmosphere on buses was strengthened by the attitude of the all-white driving staff, which was known to harass black passengers verbally, and sometimes physically. Tell about what happened on August 28 1963? It’s the day Martin Luther King, Jr. makes one of the most well known and quoted speeches in Modern Day History saying the words " I have a dream that my four children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character" to the peaceful demonstrators black and white, poor and rich who had came together in the nation's capital to demand voting rights and equal opportunity for African Americans and to appeal for an end to racial segregation and discrimination. How would you describe MLK in 7 sentences? Was a very brave and helpful man.

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