Marisela Limon
Mr. Schneemann
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99.10.67.194
05/26/2021

In recent times it seems we've been taking a few steps back in regards to the justice and advancements of civil rights movements, with the whole George Floyd protests and police brutality protests happening. I'm not sure if this has something to do with history repeating itself or it simply rhyming, but I digress. The point is America is not as just as we claim we are and it is important to remember our roots. Dr. King Jr was a very important voice in the civil rights movements alongside his brethren of all beliefs and backgrounds who all strived for the same goal, equality for all, regardless of race. Many voices of his kind brought light to the senseless suffering of colored people and fought to eradicate it. Through peaceful protests and constant noise, he and many others achieved milestones for people of his time. Then and just like now in order to bring light to issues cropping America from being a better place, we must make our voices heard, we must be constant and we must be unafraid.


Ethan Petzoldt
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209.242.141.17
05/26/2021

Dr. King worked hard to bring greater equality to America and ensure civil rights for all people, regardless of race and skin color. Notably, he brought publicity to major civil rights activities, emphasizing the importance of nonviolent protests to stand for the basic human rights, specifically for African Americans. He advocated for peaceful approaches to some of society's biggest problems. He organized a number of marches and protests and was a key figure in the American civil rights movement. Some specific contributions include providing leadership in the Montgomery Bus Boycott of 1955, writing the letter from Birmingham Jail highlighting the necessity of civil rights change delivering his famous I Have a Dream speech in 1963 at the March on Washington and being an advocate for nonviolent protest in the Memphis Sanitation Worker Strike in 1968.


Isabel Castro
Frank Schneemann
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72.197.158.75
05/20/2021

Because Martin Luther King Jr. led the civil rights movement, it succeeded in ending legal segregation of African Americans in not only the South but in other places around the United States as well. This helped make America a better place because this movement voiced and made it known that everyone should have equal rights no matter their skin color or race.


Alan Aceves
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104.225.183.222
05/19/2021

the civil rights movement of the 1950s and '60s broke the pattern of public facilities' being segregated by “race” in the South and achieved the most important breakthrough in equal-rights legislation for African Americans since the Reconstruction period (1865–77).


bethannie
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136.228.200.181
05/19/2021

MLk, helped launch the civil rights movement immensely. He helped Americans experience what it was like to be a person of color during these times. The Civil rights movement showed how even though legally everyone should be treated equally, that wasn't always the care for people of color during this time. MLK's speech helped show what the. dream would be if everyone would be treated equally without prejudice


bethannie
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136.228.206.197
05/13/2021

Martin Luther King's speech was a very important and i big part of the whole Civil Rights movement and help to bring light to what it's like to be in America during that time of history. MLK made the listeners imagine what would it be like if everyone treated each other without prejudice against each other because of our skin color. MLK launched the start of a world wide fight for racial justice.


bethannie
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136.228.206.197
05/13/2021

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alani keeran
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70.181.167.129
05/12/2021

Dr. King and the civil rights movement important. Dr. King and His strong belief in nonviolent protest helped set the tone of the movement. Boycotts, protests, and marches were eventually effective, and much legislation was passed against racial discrimination.


Alan Aceves
Mr. Schneemann
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136.228.204.240
05/10/2021

Because she started the movement that lead the end of rascicm that was finished by Martin Luther King Jr. IT helped and made America better in many ways but the most important thing is that it made america and the lives of black people better.


Alexander Rodriguez
Mr. Shneeman
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104.225.179.145
05/07/2021

Dr. King helped America be a better place by all his time and dedication to change America for the better. Dr. King wanted African Americans to be treated the same ways Americans got treated in America. That is why Dr. King gave the speech "I Have A Dream" to help fight the injustice African Americans were going through in America. That is why we celebrate Martin Luther King Day to remember what he did and acknowledge and to give him the respect he deserves.


Makayla Puckett-Roberts
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209.242.141.17
05/06/2021

It helped stop segregation and it brought people together to spread equality. There was segregation in the schools as well and during the civil rights movement a group of 9 black people walked into an all white school to make a statement that we are all equal. It have people of color hope and it gave people of color the feeling that there was a reason to really salute the flag.This helped America with a START on making it better. America is not a better place all around there is still racial profiling in the justice system. There are still police officers that are killing innocent black people just solely because of their skin color.


alyssa schupp
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138.43.98.252
05/06/2021

Dr. king is a very important historic figure. the civil rights movement was a fight against institutionalize racial discrimination and racial segregation in the 1960s. the Montgomery bus boycott was a major movement that initiated social change. After being arrested Dr. King let a line of protesters down a Georgia street. The civil rights movement broke segregation by race laws and achieved an equal rights legislation.


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04/22/2021


Esau
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166.170.5.22
04/15/2021

MLK was the most important figure in America’s history. He helped strengthen the fight against racial inequality through his involvement in protests and his well-known speeches. activist who became the most visible spokesperson and leader in the American civil rights movement. He organized a number of peaceful protests as head of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference. His speech was important in several ways, It brought even greater attention to the Civil Rights Movement, which had been going on for many years. Martin Luther King was known to many more people than before. It made Congress move faster in passing the Civil Rights Act. Martin Luther King Jr. was a phenomenal leader and some of the traits that he possessed were intelligence, self-confidence, and determination. As a leader, being intelligent is very important within an organization because a leader is expected to know a lot.


Sean Newmyer
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72.220.139.90
04/15/2021

Dr. King was one of, if not the most, important figures of the Civil Rights movement and American history in general. Dr. King helped to end racial inequality in America, further making it a much better place for all to live and follow their dreams, through his many efforts. Some of those efforts include his many famous speeches about the importance of ending racial inequality (like "I Have A Dream"), using boycotting and other peaceful ways of protesting, was a key Civil Rights leader, and fought for worker equality as well. America was changed for the better due to his efforts, with the gap between how white folk and black folks were treated being shortened tremendously.


Danna Torres
Schneemann, Frank R
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177.239.46.62
04/13/2021

Martin Luther King's speech aimed to denounce the abuses and abuses suffered by African Americans due to the racial conflict of the last hundred years of American history, and to demand the justice and freedom to which they were entitled as American citizens. Of course he made an improvement, thanks to him African Americans finally had the justice they have deserved for many years.


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Nadia Duenas
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108.207.71.30
03/16/2021

Martin Luther King was very important in the civil rights movement. He made America a better place because he wanted freedom and equality, that 'all men are created equal. He wanted a world of justice. He was keen on peaceful protests like marches and boycotts which eventually was an effective method. So the government passed a law where segregation became illegal.


briann bravo
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98.171.132.9
03/11/2021

Dr.King was a big part of the Civil Rights movement. The reason is because people of color did not have the same rights as white people and he wanted to change that. He wanted a world that everyone gets treated equally. It helped America because it helped people think out the box and consider treating people the same way no matter the color of their skin. It had helped America because till this day everyone is treated the same and everyone gets to vote no matter their skin color.


briann bravo
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98.171.132.9
03/11/2021

Dr.King was a big part of the Civil Rights movement. The reason is because people of color did not have the same rights as white people and he wanted to change that. He wanted a world that everyone gets treated equally. It helped America because it helped people think out the box and consider treating people the same way no matter the color of their skin. It had helped America because till this day everyone is treated the same and everyone gets to vote no matter their skin color.


Kurkno Henry
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23.113.205.137
03/09/2021

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr played a key role in the American civil rights movement. This was very important because people of color were not treated equally during this time. Dr. King believed all men are created equal. He pictured a world of equality, where people would not be judged by the color of their skin but of the content of their character. Dr. King lead non-violent protests and sought equality and human rights for African Americans. His famous “I have a dream” speech and actions led to a great change that made America a better place. Dr. King was largely responsible for the passage of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Voting Rights Act of 1965. The Civil Rights Act banned discrimination in the workforce and public accommodations based on “race, color, religion, or national origin.” The Voting Rights Act protects African Americans’ right to vote. He also played a major part in the passage of the Fair Housing Act of 1968. This prevents people from banning Black people from any sort of housing, be it a rental or a sale.


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Samuel Garcia
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136.228.206.197
02/25/2021

Dr. King was a very important man in the Civil Rights movement and him and his work gave the people a leader a voice to listen to. Dr. King always thought in the way of no violence and how they can be peaceful and achieve their goal. It was important because he was the leader and let people now especially black people that there was hope and that life would not have to be segregated for ever. He always thought peace was the way and that violence never solved anything and he made sure that there was never a violent Civil Rights movement by his side of the movement never a violent protest or anything of the sort. It helped make America a better place because it opened the eyes of America and realized it was time for change because the times of segregation did not fit in to that America anymore. People started to understand and learn that race was not something that should make someone less than another and that everyone was equal and should have equal rights.


Samuel Garcia
Mr. Schneemann
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136.228.206.197
02/25/2021

Dr. King was a very important man in the Civil Rights movement and him and his work gave the people a leader a voice to listen to. Dr. King always thought in the way of no violence and how they can be peaceful and achieve their goal. It was important because he was the leader and let people now especially black people that there was hope and that life would not have to be segregated for ever. He always thought peace was the way and that violence never solved anything and he made sure that there was never a violent Civil Rights movement by his side of the movement never a violent protest or anything of the sort. It helped make America a better place because it opened the eyes of America and realized it was time for change because the times of segregation did not fit in to that America anymore. People started to understand and learn that race was not something that should make someone less than another and that everyone was equal and should have equal rights.


Mark Diaz
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174.66.150.170
02/25/2021

Martin Luther King jr was a very important figure because he paved the way for people to speak up on social injustice and the segregation they faced at the time. He also made it easier for others to speak freely and say what they thought wasn't right in the world.


Lizette Cabrera
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174.65.18.251
02/25/2021

Martin Luther King Jr. helped spread the civil rights movement. This helped many people get equal rights. Segregation laws ended. He led non violent protests for the issues he was trying to bring attention to. His speech and actions led to a great change that helped many.


Damascus Sanders
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138.43.98.252
02/25/2021

Martin Luther King was very important to the world because of the impact he had. He was one of the most heroic people because he fought for the civil rights when very few would. He help made America better by his speeches and protest he had. Especially his big one, "I have a Dream" speech which stood out the most. That is when things started doing the most change. Just imagine if Martin Luther King did not do anything to change or was not there? The Civil Right racist movements could possibly still be happening so without Martin Luther King, things would be different.


Damascus Sanders
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138.43.98.252
02/25/2021

Martin Luther King was very important to the world because of the impact he had. He was one of the most heroic people because he fought for the civil rights when very few would. He help made America better by his speeches and protest he had. Especially his big one, "I have a Dream" speech which stood out the most. That is when things started doing the most change. Just imagine if Martin Luther King did not do anything to change or was not there? The Civil Right racist movements could possibly still be happening so without Martin Luther King, things would be different.


Damascus Sanders
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138.43.98.252
02/25/2021

Martin Luther King was very important to the world because of the impact he had. He was one of the most heroic people because he fought for the civil rights when very few would. He help made America better by his speeches and protest he had. Especially his big one, "I have a Dream" speech which stood out the most. That is when things started doing the most change. Just imagine if Martin Luther King did not do anything to change or was not there? The Civil Right racist movements could possibly still be happening so without Martin Luther King, things would be different.


Alonso Ramirez
Mr. Schneemann
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72.199.33.228
02/25/2021

It was very important, because it was the of the civil rights movement. He started the wave of doing what was right for the black community. People forget that this civil rights movement wasn't that long ago in HIstory. It took a long time for people like Martin Luther KIng to step up and say something, because most people were scared of what the consequences was going to be. Not MLK, he wanted to stand up for what was right. It was important because he was one of the first to not be scared and to fight for what was right. He helped make it a better place for the black community. No at this point in time it is not perfect, but it is a lot better than what it was before, and thats all thanks to Martin Luther KIng JR.


Michael Reyes
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72.199.71.158
02/25/2021

Martin Luther King Jr. was one of the most influential leaders America has ever seen when looking into our Black History movements. His views have contributed greatly towards the realization of civil rights and that African Americans shall be gifted these rights. African Americans have suffered discrimination throughout the 1950's and 60's to the rights and liberties that have been stripped of them. Dr. King was able to help face these many obstacles on his journey, such as spending time in jail for fighting what he believed in and even dodging assassination attempts. Despite these brutal obstacles, Dr. King became a successful leader during the Civil Rights Movement and has had a positive influence even after his death through his beliefs and guiding African Americans by teaching non-violent and positive direction for the fight to secure rights and equality for blacks and all as a whole.


Michael Reyes
Mr. Schneemann
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172.56.31.134
02/25/2021

Martin Luther King Jr. was one of the most influential leaders America has ever seen when looking into our Black History movements. His views have contributed greatly towards the realization of civil rights and that African Americans shall be gifted these rights. African Americans have suffered discrimination throughout the 1950's and 60's to the rights and liberties that have been stripped of them. Dr. King was able to help face these many obstacles on his journey, such as spending time in jail for fighting what he believed in and even dodging assassination attempts. Despite these brutal obstacles, Dr. King became a successful leader during the Civil Rights Movement and has had a positive influence even after his death through his beliefs and guiding African Americans by teaching non-violent and positive direction for the fight to secure rights and equality for blacks and all as a whole.


Michael Reyes
Mr. Schneemann
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72.199.71.158
02/25/2021

Martin Luther King Jr. was one of the most influential leaders America has ever seen when looking into our Black History movements. His views have contributed greatly towards the realization of civil rights and that African Americans shall be gifted these rights. African Americans have suffered discrimination throughout the 1950's and 60's to the rights and liberties that have been stripped of them. Dr. King was able to help face these many obstacles on his journey, such as spending time in jail for fighting what he believed in and even dodging assassination attempts. Despite these brutal obstacles, Dr. King became a successful leader during the Civil Rights Movement and has had a positive influence even after his death through his beliefs and guiding African Americans by teaching non-violent and positive direction for the fight to secure rights and equality for blacks and all as a whole.


Alan Casiano
Palmer
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68.8.118.96
02/24/2021

MLK and what he stood for have forever changed America. The integration of blacks and whites for which he was fighting so hard. I truly believe that if he didn't say those things and he wasn't alive, I don't know where our country would be at the moment. All the time, people always quote him because he's had such a significant impact on their lives. Although I'm not sure anyone else wouldn't have stood up and said anything, if it wasn't MLK, I believe America would still have segregated schools. I think it's important to remember the people who have given us the liberty we have right now. Like MLK and what he's been doing for equality. I know for a fact that I would not have my cousins or aunt because they are black and it would not be permissible to have mixed kids or interracial marriage if the same rules that were in effect back then around now.


janyze pereyra
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72.199.42.104
02/24/2021

Dr. King was known as the leader of the civil rights movement. He wanted to do Peace full protests and fight for rights in a peaceful way. He made speeches and the well-known one is "I have a dream." It was a very inspiring speech. He did a lot for the civil rights movement. He put himself on the front lines and wished to see equality for every colored person. he was a very significant person and society has had progression because of him.


janyze pereyra
Mr. Schneemann
3
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72.199.42.104
02/24/2021

Dr. King was known as the leader of the civil rights movement. He wanted to do Peace full protests and fight for rights in a peaceful way. He made speeches and the well-known one is "I have a dream." It was a very inspiring speech. He did a lot for the civil rights movement. He put himself on the front lines and wished to see equality for every colored person. he was a very significant person and society has had progression because of him.


Cody Woronicz
Mr. Frank Schneemann
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99.44.34.154
02/23/2021

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s Civil Rights movement is important because it voiced the truth of injustice toward the people of color (i.e. Blacks, American Indians, Mexicans, Filipinos, etc.) of life then, now, and maybe the future. Because he stood up to the racism and hatred of the Whites, which are probably of European descent, he was able to encourage others to stand up with him and to remember the words from the U.S. Declaration of Independence that "All Men are Created Equal." Furthermore, it is important he led this Civil Rights movement because if he did not, we would be suffering and experiencing unfairness, discrimination, violence and possibly poverty. Dr. King Jr.'s Civil Rights movement made America a better place because it influenced us to dream of all the possibilities of freedom, higher education, and the life we would like to lead. Importantly, the people are the ones that make America to be the best place to live, raise a family, have a career, and determine our own path. If we did not have a free market or could not be innovative, America would be poor, oppressed, and unsafe. To conclude, his speech reminded everyone to stand up and be brave for what they believe is right.


clarissa silva
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76.252.226.135
02/13/2021

I think that Martin Luther king had a very important voice during the Civil Rights movement with his famous speech " I have a dream", it obviously still to this day means a lot to people because there is a holiday for him in America. His voice got him a Nobel Peace Prize, the youngest person ever to receive one. He made America a better place with his strong beliefs in nonviolent protests and marches which were very effective. Much legislation was passed against racial discrimination led to blacks having rights.


Maria
Ms.Palmer
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166.170.14.45
02/12/2021

Dr. Martin Luther King made a difference. He knew it was time to make a movement, and while he stood up to make a difference others did too. He showed everyone to not be afraid or ashamed of being black in America. After his movement others decided to walk right beside him. Many civil rights activists fought for what they knew was right. They didn’t just make a difference for them but they made a difference for the generations after them and worldwide. Civil rights movement is important because it made a difference in the nation. They fought and fought and did not once give up. Motivated and moved everyone around them good or bad. It made America a better place because it gave African Americans more rights and more freedom. He saw a nation where everyone is equal and he believed in non violent protests. He showed everyone that we are different by the color of our skin but we are all the same inside and that we can learn to stand by one another.


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muhammad deiranieh
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72.220.120.4
02/11/2021

Although change did not happen all at once, Dr. King did in fact have such a significant impact on the Civil Rights Movement. From speeches to marches, he put himself in the frontline to continue the conversation about oppression and racism in America. Fighting for equality is something we still are facing today but thanks to men and women like him, we've made progression as a society. His work as well as many others helped make America more accepting of all races and even though we are not all the way there yet, Dr. Martin was a very important aspect of the movement because he brought people together and continued the conversation about Racism in America.


Lianna Sullivan
Frank Schneemann
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98.176.232.154
02/10/2021

Dr. King was known as the leader of the civil rights movement. He wanted to do Peace full protests and fight for rights in a peaceful way. He made speeches and the well-known one is "I have a dream." It was a very inspiring speech. He did a lot for the civil rights movement. He put himself on the front lines and wished to see equality for every colored person. he was a very significant person and society has had progression because of him.


Lianna Sullivan
Frank Schneemann
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98.176.232.154
02/10/2021

Dr. King was known as the leader of the civil rights movement. He wanted to do Peace full protests and fight for rights in a peaceful way. He made speeches and the well-known one is "I have a dream." It was a very inspiring speech. He did a lot for the civil rights movement. He put himself on the front lines and wished to see equality for every colored person. he was a very significant person and society has had progression because of him.


Raphael Rivas
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72.199.65.244
02/08/2021

Dr. King played a huge role in not only the Civil Rights Movement but also in our current lives. He helped strengthen the fight against racial inequality through his involvement in protests and his well-known speeches. I always find racist ideal to be ridiculous and the fact that they have decreased over time makes me feel relieved. Without people like MLK Jr and the Civil Rights movement racism would still be a bigger problem than the current state of it today. So overall, Dr. King and the whole Civil Rights movement were really important to America's future as well as people of different races.


Raphael Rivas
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72.199.65.244
02/08/2021

Dr. King played a huge role in not only the Civil Rights Movement but also in our current lives. He helped strengthen the fight against racial inequality through his involvement in protests and his well-known speeches. I always find racist ideal to be ridiculous and the fact that they have decreased over time makes me feel relieved. Without people like MLK Jr and the Civil Rights movement racism would still be a bigger problem than the current state of it today. So overall, Dr. King and the whole Civil Rights movement were really important to America's future as well as people of different races.


Jesson Castaneda
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99.27.84.245
02/08/2021

Everytime that I look back on MLK and the whole civil rights movement, I get chills because of how heroic it is that protesters were not violent even though though black people had been so insanely mistreated for so long. I just admire the self-control they demonstrated after decades of being treated like objects. I also just can't believe how long the bus boycott went on for, I imagined that white supremacists would've been fine with giving up front seats on a bus way earlier like about 2 months in max. This is the first time I heard about soldiers enforcing integration in Little Rock. To me it seems stupid that anyone can be racist because I don't see black, white, asian, hispanic, or any other people as different from each other because they aren't. I just wish that I could read the mind of a racist just to understand what they think when they see just a stereotypically black name or something of the sort because it fascinates me how people can think so little of people who have done nothing wrong. I also am so ashamed of the people who killed the freedom riders because to me it feels like no hastle at all to let black people sit in the front of a bus or to wait in the same place for the bus. It's weird to think of a "non-violent army" because when I think of an army, I think of Spartans, firepower, and bloodshed but it's odd to associate army with peaceful protesting even though it was the 100% correct thing to do. I haven't really thought about it that much but it makes sense that the leader of the civil rights movement would be a black pastor, someone who speaks well, knows how to send a message, and can relate to the same problems that the rest of black people were going through. Overall I think that Martin Luther King was crucial to the movement with how he lead black people to not be violent and rather send a message with words and emotions. It was a very bold decision that most people were probably very reluctant to follow in the beginning but seeing how it brought peace instead of hatred the other way really makes me admire him so much more than most other legends. The Civil Rights movement should not have been something that needed to happen after the civil war but it did and I don't think the protests could've been more impacting than they were and I'm so glad that it drilled an anti-racist flag into America.


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Daniel Lule
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02/06/2021

In my opinion, the civil rights movement and the work of Martin Luther King were very important to the people of the U.S: he set a straight line for people to follow to fight injustice, injustice acts, and fight for themselves. During Dr.King's civil rights movement, he not only set a path for the people at that time, but he also path for the people of the future. The civil rights movement was important and continues to be important because it demonstrates the power we have to make changes. Dr.King is the person we look at when thinking of change, equality, justice, and love.


Isabel
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108.93.104.217
02/06/2021

Although change did not happen all at once, Dr. King did in fact have such a significant impact on the Civil Rights Movement. From speeches to marches, he put himself in the frontline to continue the conversation about oppression and racism in America. Fighting for equality is something we still are facing today but thanks to men and women like him, we've made progression as a society. His work as well as many others helped make America more accepting of all races and even though we are not all the way there yet, Dr. Martin was a very important aspect of the movement because he brought people together and continued the conversation about Racism in America.


Isabel
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108.93.104.217
02/06/2021

Although change did not happen all at once, Dr. King did in fact have such a significant impact on the Civil Rights Movement. From speeches to marches, he put himself in the frontline to continue the conversation about oppression and racism in America. Fighting for equality is something we still are facing today but thanks to men and women like him, we've made progression as a society. His work as well as many others helped make America more accepting of all races and even though we are not all the way there yet, Dr. Martin was a very important aspect of the movement because he brought people together and continued the conversation about Racism in America.


Isabel
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108.93.104.217
02/06/2021

Although change did not happen all at once, Dr. King did in fact have such a significant impact on the Civil Rights Movement. From speeches to marches, he put himself in the frontline to continue the conversation about oppression and racism in America. Fighting for equality is something we still are facing today but thanks to men and women like him, we've made progression as a society. His work as well as many others helped make America more accepting of all races and even though we are not all the way there yet, Dr. Martin was a very important aspect of the movement because he brought people together and continued the conversation about Racism in America.


Aaron Roman
Mrs. Palmer
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72.199.6.15
02/06/2021

The work Dr. King did when he was alive was of great impact on the civil rights movement because it gave people hope and made them want to fight for their freedom with him and everyone else. This helped make America a better place because it helped unify everyone as a nation instead of by color.


David Oliver
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104.225.179.145
02/05/2021

I believe that Dr. King's work was so very important and vital to the civil rights movement in a huge way because he believed and stood up for everything he said. He was so passionate about the equality and betterment of our society and nation as a whole. And wished to see equality for all races and genders. Specifically for the black community and as well as the other minorities and their civil rights. Being able to identify as a human being and a civilian of America and see what is truly wrong with our society and what we can do as a nation to make it better. One of his clear main points towards a step in the better direction was fighting for equality and those civil rights for everyone, not just whites.


alexis Velasco
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166.137.246.98
02/05/2021

I think that it made people think a little bit different and make people understand that everyone is equal at the end of the day and everyone has rights and it does not matter what color your skin is or where you came from. but now people are more accepted in the world and more people know that everyone is equal.


alexis Velasco
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02/05/2021

I think that it made people think a little bit different and make people understand that everyone is equal at the end of the day and everyone has rights and it does not matter what color your skin is or where you came from. but now people are more accepted in the world and more people know that everyone is equal.


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02/05/2021

I think that it made people think a little bit different and make people understand that everyone is equal at the end of the day and everyone has rights and it does not matter what color your skin is or where you came from. but now people are more accepted in the world and more people know that everyone is equal.


Alan Aceves
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02/03/2021

The civil rights movement was really important and f not the most important rights movement because it achieved the most important breakthrough in equal rights legislation for African Americans since the Reconstruction period.


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Justice Goff
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02/01/2021

Martin Luther King's work was very important in making America a better place for African Americans and many other races at the time. His efforts as a star revolutionary in the fight for civil rights inspired a strong movement looking for peace and equality through nonviolent means. His voice was powerful because it spoke for the hundreds if not thousands of African Americans living with daily racism and segregation in a post-slavery America that continued to dehumanize and humiliate African Americans. His words and scripture in his famous "I Have A Dream" Speech speaks volumes in all of our hearts as Americans who heard him and the voices of the oppressed as we all continue to consider others' points of views. His words were, and even today, are unmatched in terms of genuine nature and pure heart and passion.


Alliyah Kinghorn
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01/30/2021

MLK and what he stood for changed America forever. The integration of blacks and whites that he fought so hard for. I strongly believe that if he wasn't around and he didn't say those things I don't know where our country would be at present time. People still quote him all the time because he has made such a great impact on their lives. Although I am not certain that someone else wouldn't have stepped up and said something, I think America would still have segregated schools if it wasn't MLK. I think it is important to remember those people that gave us the freedoms that we have right now. Such as MLK and what he did for equality. I know for a fact if the same laws that were in place back then around now I wouldn't have my cousins or aunt because they are black and it wouldn't be allowed to have mixed kids or interracial marriage.


Alliyah Kinghorn
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01/30/2021

MLK and what he stood for changed America forever. The integration of blacks and whites that he fought so hard for. I strongly believe that if he wasn't around and he didn't say those things I don't know where our country would be at present time. People still quote him all the time because he has made such a great impact on their lives. Although I am not certain that someone else wouldn't have stepped up and said something, I think America would still have segregated schools if it wasn't MLK. I think it is important to remember those people that gave us the freedoms that we have right now. Such as MLK and what he did for equality. I know for a fact if the same laws that were in place back then around now I wouldn't have my cousins or aunt because they are black and it wouldn't be allowed to have mixed kids or interracial marriage.


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Manasseh George
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01/30/2021

Martin Luther King Jr. was one of the most influential leaders America has ever seen when looking into our Black History movements. The Civil Rights movement of the 50s and 60s changed how we live today, MLK had the motive for people of any type of colored skin to have the same rights as the whites because back then the Jim Crow Laws were in full effect during that time. MLK changed this by having the biggest non-violent protest in History which could be impossible today, MLK risked his life for others to have the same rights as the whites. His most famous work is his “I Have a Dream” speech, delivered in 1963, in which he spoke of his dream of a United States that is void of segregation and racism. Martin Luther King Jr. traversed the country in his quest for freedom


Rachel Cepe
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01/30/2021

The Civil Rights movement was monumental in the United States, as it brought attention to issues of discrimination against Black Americans. Dr. King was an extremely important figure in this movement, for his work including speeches like "I have a dream" and various protests. It was important because it helped fight for equality amongst colored people and white people, and it helped signed laws that protect people of color. It helped make America a better place because it made it illegal to discriminate against people by their race, meaning people can be allowed equal opportunity to go to the same schools, work and public spaces. The Civil Right movement will forever go down as one of the most important events in American history as it has shaped is into the country we are today.


Rachel Cepe
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01/30/2021

The Civil Rights movement was monumental in the United States, as it brought attention to issues of discrimination against Black Americans. Dr. King was an extremely important figure in this movement, for his work including speeches like "I have a dream" and various protests. It was important because it helped fight for equality amongst colored people and white people, and it helped signed laws that protect people of color. It helped make America a better place because it made it illegal to discriminate against people by their race, meaning people can be allowed equal opportunity to go to the same schools, work and public spaces. The Civil Right movement will forever go down as one of the most important events in American history as it has shaped is into the country we are today.


Rachel Cepe
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01/30/2021

The Civil Rights movement was monumental in the United States, as it brought attention to issues of discrimination against Black Americans. Dr. King was an extremely important figure in this movement, for his work including speeches like "I have a dream" and various protests. It was important because it helped fight for equality amongst colored people and white people, and it helped signed laws that protect people of color. It helped make America a better place because it made it illegal to discriminate against people by their race, meaning people can be allowed equal opportunity to go to the same schools, work and public spaces. The Civil Right movement will forever go down as one of the most important events in American history as it has shaped is into the country we are today.


Rachel Cepe
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01/30/2021

The Civil Rights movement was monumental in the United States, as it brought attention to issues of discrimination against Black Americans. Dr. King was an extremely important figure in this movement, for his work including speeches like "I have a dream" and various protests. It was important because it helped fight for equality amongst colored people and white people, and it helped signed laws that protect people of color. It helped make America a better place because it made it illegal to discriminate against people by their race, meaning people can be allowed equal opportunity to go to the same schools, work and public spaces. The Civil Right movement will forever go down as one of the most important events in American history as it has shaped is into the country we are today.


Rachel Cepe
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01/30/2021

The Civil Rights movement was monumental in the United States, as it brought attention to issues of discrimination against Black Americans. Dr. King was an extremely important figure in this movement, for his work including speeches like "I have a dream" and various protests. It was important because it helped fight for equality amongst colored people and white people, and it helped signed laws that protect people of color. It helped make America a better place because it made it illegal to discriminate against people by their race, meaning people can be allowed equal opportunity to go to the same schools, work and public spaces. The Civil Right movement will forever go down as one of the most important events in American history as it has shaped is into the country we are today.


Kristen Bunyi
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01/29/2021

Dr. Martin Luther King was a leader of the American civil rights movement. He promoted nonviolent tactics to achieve civil rights and led a number of peaceful protests. The Civil Rights Act banned discrimination in the workforce as well as public accommodations based on race, color, religion, or national origin.


Noah Woodring
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01/29/2021

The importance of Dr.King and the Civil Rights movement was to put an end to racial segregation peacefully. Through organizing peaceful protests and non acts of violence. They were able to change laws and societal normality's. In doing so they were able to integrate schools, and towns as well. Through making change and sparking a movement, Dr.King was able to peacefully begin the movement to end racial segregation that divided America.


Lucas Espinoza
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01/29/2021

The civil rights movement was important because this movement helped America change racism and if it wasn't for the civil rights movement who was led by Martin Luther King, America would have been looking very different today. It has helped make America a better place because segregation in America no longer exists today.


Danna Torres
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01/29/2021

It was and will always be important since it was something that moved the entire United States for something that really changed for the good of the country. In my opinion I appreciate that change.





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01/29/2021

It was and will always be important since it was something that moved the entire United States for something that really changed for the good of the country. In my opinion I appreciate that change.


Ryan Rathbone
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01/29/2021

it made America a better place, no doubt. it allowed many of our citizens to live in equality, mainly pertaining to African American citizens. it was important because it made America feel more like a whole nation rather than a nation with a line down the middle


Francesca Hackley
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01/29/2021

The Civil Rights Movement was important because it caused America to be more welcoming and accepting of everyone. This moment in history ended segregated schools and other public places which have now paved the way for modern America to have very diverse schools. America has been made a better place because of the acceptance and similarities that were found with one and another to strengthen the bond between all Americans.


Francesca Hackley
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01/29/2021

The Civil Rights Movement was important because it caused America to be more welcoming and accepting of everyone. This moment in history ended segregated schools and other public places which have now paved the way for modern America to have very diverse schools. America has been made a better place because of the acceptance and similarities that were found with one and another to strengthen the bond between all Americans.


Francesca Hackley
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01/29/2021

The Civil Rights Movement was important because it caused America to be more welcoming and accepting of everyone. This moment in history ended segregated schools and other public places which have now paved the way for modern America to have very diverse schools. America has been made a better place because of the acceptance and similarities that were found with one and another to strengthen the bond between all Americans.


Francesca Hackley
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01/29/2021

The Civil Rights Movement was important because it caused America to be more welcoming and accepting of everyone. This moment in history ended segregated schools and other public places which have now paved the way for modern America to have very diverse schools. America has been made a better place because of the acceptance and similarities that were found with one and another to strengthen the bond between all Americans.


Daniel McElveny
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01/29/2021

Martin Luther King Jr. had a huge impact on the Civil Rights movement and worked hard to bring greater equality to America and ensure civil rights for all people, regardless of race. Notably, he brought publicity to major civil rights activities, emphasizing the importance of nonviolent protest. Although he was assassinated, he brought such a huge impact that his words and speeches are still remembered to this very day.


Momo Stokes
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01/29/2021

What did Martin Luther King, Jr. do to progress the civil rights movement? He stood as a pillar of hope and a model of grace. And he modeled sound leadership to the African American civil rights movement. Learn more about King’s life, contributions and accomplishments. His strong belief in nonviolent protest helped set the tone of the movement. Boycotts, protests, and marches were eventually effective, and much legislation was passed against racial discrimination. Assassinated in 1968, King led a brief life filled with many great accomplishments, working to promote equal treatment of all races.


Fabian Mauberis
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01/29/2021

Not only did Dr. MLK jr spread awareness for civil rights but he was a big role to play for people to get along. not only was he a great man but he risked a lot in order for people to see that what they are doing (segregating) is wrong in so many ways. MLK jr was responsible for the famous speech "I had a dream" and that speech blew up everywhere causing many people to realized what's wrong with the world.


Fabian Mauberis
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01/29/2021

Not only did Dr. MLK jr spread awareness for civil rights but he was a big role to play for people to get along. not only was he a great man but he risked a lot in order for people to see that what they are doing (segregating) is wrong in so many ways. MLK jr was responsible for the famous speech "I had a dream" and that speech blew up everywhere causing many people to realized what's wrong with the world.


Fabian Mauberis
Mrs, palmer
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99.67.148.160
01/29/2021

Not only did Dr. MLK jr spread awareness for civil rights but he was a big role to play for people to get along. not only was he a great man but he risked a lot in order for people to see that what they are doing (segregating) is wrong in so many ways. MLK jr was responsible for the famous speech "I had a dream" and that speech blew up everywhere causing many people to realized what's wrong with the world.


Abel Hernandez
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01/28/2021

The civil rights movement allowed African Americans to vote which was in the 1960's. Also during this time period this revolutionary reform that was taking place in the U.S. was an inspiration to many other countries in Africa to gain their independence from the colonizing country. Martin Luther King I believe made the United States a better place because African American people and white people were now able to be in the same restroom and restaraunt with each other. Less white only signs were now becoming diminished in American society. Job discrimination was now being taken apart from American Society all thanks to the Civil right act of 1964 that Dr. King had a huge influence on. His peaceful protest paved the way for a better and cooperative society in America between all ethnicities.


Katia Puga
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01/27/2021

Martin Luther King Jr paved a massive road in the civil rights era. He dreamed of a world where everyone was treated equally disregarding social status or the color of their skin. Martin Vision of equality and civil disobedience changed the world for his children and the children of all oppressed people. He changed the lives of African Americans in his time and subsequent decades, as he brought justice and spoke out to racial segregation his changes all everything.


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lucia rubio
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01/27/2021

it was important because Martin Luther King ended segregation and fought hard for the humans right for African Americans and all the injustice needed through peaceful protest. MLK was one of the most important voice of the American civil rights movement. it was also really important because overall their was no violence and he never got tired of trying to end segregation laws. minister Martin Luther king jr. Organize a 381 day boycott of the bus system to protest segregation, the boycott led to the investigation of city buses into the rise of MLK as a leader of the black civil rights movement. Martin Luther King Jr.'s method of improving economic conditions was non-violence. MLK started his speech by announcing the importance of non-violence. He said that when you act towards non-violence it is a solution to avoid evil. He also explained how refusing to communicate with economic business that give off evil acts is very productive. This explains how much MLK appreciated the act of non-violence and continue to support it. MLK idea was to refuse to cooperate with the economic companies that were evil. all these protests were worth it because it ended segregation laws and now its history but its very important because of him we don't have segregation laws anymore everybody is equal.


lucia rubio
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01/27/2021

it was important because Martin Luther King ended segregation and fought hard for the humans right for African Americans and all the injustice needed through peaceful protest. MLK was one of the most important voice of the American civil rights movement. it was also really important because overall their was no violence and he never got tired of trying to end segregation laws. minister Martin Luther king jr. Organize a 381 day boycott of the bus system to protest segregation, the boycott led to the investigation of city buses into the rise of MLK as a leader of the black civil rights movement. Martin Luther King Jr.'s method of improving economic conditions was non-violence. MLK started his speech by announcing the importance of non-violence. He said that when you act towards non-violence it is a solution to avoid evil. He also explained how refusing to communicate with economic business that give off evil acts is very productive. This explains how much MLK appreciated the act of non-violence and continue to support it. MLK idea was to refuse to cooperate with the economic companies that were evil. all these protests were worth it because it ended segregation laws and now its history but its very important because of him we don't have segregation laws anymore everybody is equal.


Caleb Turla
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01/27/2021

Dr. King had a movement on America. The Civil rights movement being a long movement, lasting over a decade long being exactly 14 years. Martin Luther King was the leader of the Civil rights movement. Both Martin Luther King and the Civil rights movement was a very important thing for our Country. Without these two things this country would be very different. These two things are what opened the eyes of this country showing that skin color shouldn't mean anything. Us people could all at the end of the day just be boiled down just the Human Race. Martin Luther King showed America that just because of our skin color that we should not be treated differently. I think that this was a good thing because it helped America become a better place. The way that this helped America become a better place was because with the Civil rights movement and with Martin Luther King and MLK JR. providing reasons that we should not be segregated based on our skin color, helped America as a whole, thus making America a better place. The KKK was more relevant and was a very bad thing. MLK and the Civil rights movement has overall made America a better place by greatly reducing racism.


Caleb Turla
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01/27/2021

Dr. King had a movement on America. The Civil rights movement being a long movement, lasting over a decade long being exactly 14 years. Martin Luther King was the leader of the Civil rights movement. Both Martin Luther King and the Civil rights movement was a very important thing for our Country. Without these two things this country would be very different. These two things are what opened the eyes of this country showing that skin color shouldn't mean anything. Us people could all at the end of the day just be boiled down just the Human Race. Martin Luther King showed America that just because of our skin color that we should not be treated differently. I think that this was a good thing because it helped America become a better place. The way that this helped America become a better place was because with the Civil rights movement and with Martin Luther King and MLK JR. providing reasons that we should not be segregated based on our skin color, helped America as a whole, thus making America a better place. The KKK was more relevant and was a very bad thing. MLK and the Civil rights movement has overall made America a better place by greatly reducing racism.


Caleb Turla
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174.65.47.245
01/27/2021

Dr. King had a movement on America. The Civil rights movement being a long movement, lasting over a decade long being exactly 14 years. Martin Luther King was the leader of the Civil rights movement. Both Martin Luther King and the Civil rights movement was a very important thing for our Country. Without these two things this country would be very different. These two things are what opened the eyes of this country showing that skin color shouldn't mean anything. Us people could all at the end of the day just be boiled down just the Human Race. Martin Luther King showed America that just because of our skin color that we should not be treated differently. I think that this was a good thing because it helped America become a better place. The way that this helped America become a better place was because with the Civil rights movement and with Martin Luther King and MLK JR. providing reasons that we should not be segregated based on our skin color, helped America as a whole, thus making America a better place. The KKK was more relevant and was a very bad thing. MLK and the Civil rights movement has overall made America a better place by greatly reducing racism.


Carrina Gogue
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01/26/2021

Martin Luther King Jr. advocated to enforce equality and ensure civil rights for all people, despite the color of your skin. He set an example for peaceful protests in order to teach the people he was leading that violence is not the way to have your voice heard. Violence only leads to chaos and trouble. Martin was a leader to the African American Civil Rights movement. His hard work paid off in the end because the legislation was passed against racial discrimination. Martin Luther King jr was an important man who went down in history for creating long lasting change, peace, and equality in America.


Safhrio Lei
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01/26/2021

It was significant in light of the fact that Martin Luther King finished isolation and contended energetically for the people ideal for African Americans and all the unfairness required through quiet dissent. MLK was quite possibly the main voice of the American social equality development. it was additionally truly significant in light of the fact that by and large their was no savagery and he never became weary of attempting to end isolation laws. serve Martin Luther ruler jr. Coordinate a multi day blacklist of the transport framework to fight isolation, the blacklist prompted the examination of city transports into the ascent of MLK as a head of the dark social liberties development. Martin Luther King Jr's. technique for improving financial conditions was peacefulness. MLK began his discourse by declaring the significance of peacefulness. He said that when you act towards peacefulness it is an answer for evade evil. He additionally disclosed how declining to speak with monetary business that radiate insidious acts is profitable. This clarifies the amount MLK appreciated the demonstration of peacefulness and keep on supporting it. MLK thought was to decline to help out the monetary organizations that were detestable. every one of these fights was justified, despite any trouble since it finished isolation laws and now it's set of experiences however it's vital on account of him we don't have isolation laws any longer everyone is equivalent.


lucia rubio
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72.207.108.90
01/26/2021

it was important because Martin Luther King ended segregation and fought hard for the humans right for African Americans and all the injustice needed through peaceful protest. MLK was one of the most important voice of the American civil rights movement. it was also really important because overall their was no violence and he never got tired of trying to end segregation laws. minister Martin Luther king jr. Organize a 381 day boycott of the bus system to protest segregation, the boycott led to the investigation of city buses into the rise of MLK as a leader of the black civil rights movement. Martin Luther King Jr.'s method of improving economic conditions was non-violence. MLK started his speech by announcing the importance of non-violence. He said that when you act towards non-violence it is a solution to avoid evil. He also explained how refusing to communicate with economic business that give off evil acts is very productive. This explains how much MLK appreciated the act of non-violence and continue to support it. MLK idea was to refuse to cooperate with the economic companies that were evil. all these protests were worth it because it ended segregation laws and now its history but its very important because of him we don't have segregation laws anymore everybody is equal.


Ryan Raschick
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136.228.201.113
01/26/2021

The Civil Rights movement is very important because it was the start of something much bigger than they imagined. It helped end racial discrimination and segregation towards colored people. Martin Luther King jr was one of the leaders that spoke out in front of thousands of people with his motivating and powerful voice that was heard by everyone. Even in the present day, we are still taking steps to fully abolish radical profiling and discrimination.


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Paulina Tapia
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01/26/2021

The Civil Rights movement was important because it not only fought for the rights of African-American men but it fought for the rights of all people of color including Latin-Americans. The Civil Rights movement sparked the movement for better rights for all people including women. This helped make America a better place by helping gain the rights of all individuals which helped bring more ideas and creativity as well as jobs to America as a land of opportunity.


Paulina Tapia
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104.225.183.227
01/26/2021

The Civil Rights movement was important because it not only fought for the rights of African-American men but it fought for the rights of all people of color including Latin-Americans. The Civil Rights movement sparked the movement for better rights for all people including women. This helped make America a better place by helping gain the rights of all individuals which helped bring more ideas and creativity as well as jobs to America as a land of opportunity.


Paulina Tapia
Mr. Schneeman
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104.225.183.227
01/26/2021

The Civil Rights movement was important because it not only fought for the rights of African-American men but it fought for the rights of all people of color including Latin-Americans. The Civil Rights movement sparked the movement for better rights for all people including women. This helped make America a better place by helping gain the rights of all individuals which helped bring more ideas and creativity as well as jobs to America as a land of opportunity.


Miguel Morgan
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75.33.211.232
01/25/2021

He drove a serene blacklist of the transports after Rosa Parks was captured. White cops captured dark carpool drivers and individuals bombarded MLKJ's home on account of his association of the dissent. The blacklist that MLKJ had coordinated succeeded just about a year later when the high court decided that transports were to be integrated. He likewise coordinated the Memphis Sanitation Workers Strike. This was coordinated after two individuals kicked the bucket from being squashed to death by a defective truck. This by itself would not have been something to dissent about yet the difficulty was ignored by the city. It was overlooked on the grounds that they were dark and not white. Something else that King did was arrange the walk on Washington. This walk was done to advocate for Jobs and Freedom. This walk is the place where the renowned, I Have a Dream Speech was given. Every one of these things he did were critical to America's set of experiences. He lighted the discussion about imbalances in America. He got exposure to these issues America. He needed everybody to be equivalent. He got this show on the road. He worked so unbelievably difficult to guarantee that everybody had rights, regardless of what race they were. All that King did was praiseworthy on the grounds that all he needed was uniformity.


Jaiden
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01/25/2021

Martin Luther King Jr. fought against injustice. He was an amazing man who fought to end racial segregation and discrimination. He was also very famous for his 'I have a Dream' speech which made history. It was in hopes to end racism but clearly with everything going on in the world today, innocent African American people are still being killed because of the color of their skin.


aaliyah campbell
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104.225.179.145
01/25/2021

Martin Luther King, Jr. was an activist and pastor who promoted and organized non-violent protests. He played a pivotal role in advancing civil rights in America and has won a Nobel Peace Prize for his efforts to fight racial inequality in a non-violent matter. He was a leader of the American civil rights movement. He organized a number of peaceful protests as head of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, including the March on Washington in 1963. He won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1964, and, at the time, he was the youngest person to have done so. His most famous work is his “I Have a Dream” speech, delivered in 1963, in which he spoke of his dream of a United States that is void of segregation and racism. The Civil Rights Movement was an era dedicated to activism for equal rights and treatment of African Americans in the United States. During this period, people rallied for social, legal, political and cultural changes to prohibit discrimination and end segregation. In June 1956, a federal court ruled that the laws in place to keep buses segregated were unconstitutional, and the U.S. Supreme Court eventually agreed. The Montgomery bus boycott was one of the first major movements that initiated social change during the civil rights movement.


Angel
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01/25/2021

The positive change that Martin Luther King was trying to bring in is the change of mentality for the other people around the world too take in which opened up a lot of eyes all around the globe to the realization of slavery and segregation and the realization of equality and inequality.


Angel
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01/25/2021

The positive change that Martin Luther King was trying to bring in is the change of mentality for the other people around the world too take in which opened up a lot of eyes all around the globe to the realization of slavery and segregation and the realization of equality


Michael Ethan Alba
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01/25/2021

He led a peaceful boycott of the busses after Rosa Parks was arrested. White policemen arrested black carpool drivers and people bombed MLKJ's home because of his organization of the protest. The boycott that MLKJ had organised succeeded almost a year later when the supreme court ruled that busses were to be desegregated. He also organized the Memphis Sanitation Workers Strike. This was organized after two people died from being crushed to death by a faulty truck. This alone would not have been something to protest about but the ordeal was neglected by the city. It was ignored because they were black and not white. Another thing that King did was organize the march on Washington. This march was done to advocate for Jobs and Freedom. This march is where the famous, I Have a Dream Speech was given. All these things he did were extremely important to America's history. He ignited the conversation about inequalities in America. He brought publicity to these problems in America. He wanted everyone to be equal. He got the ball rolling. He worked so incredibly hard to ensure that everyone had rights, no matter what race they were. Everything that King did was admirable because all he wanted was equality.


Cali Sloan
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107.210.174.204
01/25/2021

Martin Luther King Jr. paved a massive road in the civil rights era. Because of his great courage, we are where we are at today in the means of civil rights for African American people. We are far from over with fighting. I have had the privilege to not face any type of discrimination in my life, but I use my privilege be an ally for these minorities. If all men are created equal, then why are minorities in the U.S. struggling so much. MLK said "we will never be satisfied" and I couldn't agree more. His selfless actions made America a better place by opening the doors for others to fight and gain their freedom. This is more important than words can describe, truly. He had a dream and we are still fighting for it, but he helped take the greatest leap to begin. His words encouraged many to fight their fears and take this leap of faith for their rights, which has payed off so far, but like I said earlier we are still fighting.


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Gabriel Mata
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01/25/2021

Martin Luther King Jr was one of the biggest figure and activists in the civil rights movement, he dreamed of a world where everyone was treated equally disregarding social status or the color of their skin. In his speech you can hear the passion and love for the cause in his voice. All of his protests were peaceful but yet he was still hated and later killed for his dream of equality.


Gabriel Mata
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68.252.7.167
01/25/2021

Martin Luther King Jr was one of the biggest figure and activists in the civil rights movement, he dreamed of a world where everyone was treated equally disregarding social status or the color of their skin. In his speech you can hear the passion and love for the cause in his voice. All of his protests were peaceful but yet he was still hated and later killed for his dream of equality.


Tamia O'Bryant
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01/25/2021

Martin Luther King Jr. changed the many lives of African Americans and fought hard for civil rights. He paved the way for peace and freedom. He believed that one day we all would see each other as friends and not enemies. With his strength, his dream soon came true.


Tamia O'Bryant
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01/25/2021

Martin Luther King Jr. changed the many lives of African Americans and fought hard for civil rights. He paved the way for peace and freedom. He believed that one day we all would see each other as friends and not enemies. With his strength, his dream soon came true.


Ashley Mendoza
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01/24/2021

It became necessary because Martin Luther King ended segregation and warfare complicated for the humankind rights for African americans and all of the injustice wished thru peaceful protest. MLK became one of the most indispensable voice of the yankee civil rights motion. It became additionally truly essential due to the fact usual there has been no fury and he in no way got bored with seeking to cease segregation legal guidelines. Minister Martin Luther king jr. prepare a 381-day boycott of the bus device to protest segregation, the boycott led to the investigation of metropolis buses into the upward thrust of MLK as a frontrunner of the black civil rights motion. Martin Luther King Jr.'s approach of improving economic situations was non-fury . MLK started out his speech by using announcing the importance of non-fury . He stated that while you act closer to non-fury it's far a technique to avoid evil. He additionally defined how refusing to speak with financial commercials that provide off evil acts could be very a hit. This elaborates how an awful lot MLK preferred the act of non-fury and proceed to assist it. MLK's concept was to refuse to cooperate with the financial groups that had been evil. most of these protestations changed into really worth it as it ended segregation laws and now its records but it's very crucial because of him we don't have secretions laws anymore all and sundry is equivalent .


lucia rubio
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01/24/2021

it was important because Martin Luther King ended segregation and fought hard for the humans right for African Americans and all the injustice needed through peaceful protest. MLK was one of the most important voice of the American civil rights movement. it was also really important because overall their was no violence and he never got tired of trying to end segregation laws. minister matin Luther king jr. Organize a 381 day boycott of the bus system to protest segregation, the boycott led to the investigation of city buses into the rise of MLK as a leader of the black civil rights movement. Martin Luther King Jr.'s method of improving economic conditions was non-violence. MLK started his speech by announcing the importance of non-violence. He said that when you act towards non-violence it is a solution to avoid evil. He also explained how refusing to communicate with economic business that give off evil acts is very productive. This explains how much MLK appreciated the act of non-violence and continue to support it. MLK idea was to refuse to cooperate with the economic companies that were evil. all these protests was worth it because it ended segregation laws and now its history but its very important because of him we don't have secretions laws anymore everybody is equal.


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Diego Martinez
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01/24/2021

This speech is probably one of the most important speeches to every remember because it shows that the people of America can just use there words to unite instead of violence.


Cameron Alanis
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01/23/2021

Martin Luther King, Jr. was a social activist and Baptist minister who played a key role in the American civil rights movement from the mid-1950s until his assassination in 1968. King sought equality and human rights for African Americans, the economically disadvantaged and all victims of injustice through peaceful protest. Martin Luther King’s vision of equality and civil disobedience changed the world for his children and the children of all oppressed people. He changed the lives of African Americans in his time and subsequent decades.


Anthony Padilla
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01/23/2021

The work of Dr.Martin King Jr. was to fight for justice and freedom from racial segregation, as this speech is powerful and giving hope to all people in America, as it's a key to be speaking on what is right and what is right, as he delivers the speech with his powerful and great words, it includes everyone to make a difference and as he includes together we are better black or white, their is no difference, just by listening to the work and speech of what this man has accomplished is amazing, as he brought justice and spoke out to racial segregation this changes everything.


Frida Rodriguez
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136.228.204.240
01/23/2021

This speech was very important for society because it showed that people can unite using words and not weapons. It has a lot of text in it and is overall very long but has a lot of meaning. He stated, "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" and this is still going on in today's society. There is still police brutality and people of color are still treated differently then white people and It very sad but it's not as bad as it was back then. America has gotten better with time and as a nation we all have to work together to get rid of the bad apples in our community.


Christopher Gutierrez
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01/22/2021

The Civil Rights movement is very important because it helped end racial discrimination and racial segregation in the United States. This had a great impact on the United States because it helped many African Americans have a better life and struggle less. Dr. King’s work inspired people and motivated them to fight for their rights.


Ariadna (Ari)
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01/22/2021

Rosa Park inspired Martin Luther King Jr, starting off from his church, making peaceful protesting. He was willing to sacrifice so much to fight segregation for everyone. From the violent racist protest in charlottesville to the loss of George Floyd, it's a shame that we still to this day, we have to be fighting against this. Fighting against something that Martin Luther King Jr. fought since the 1950's. We will forever appreciate and honor Mr. King's sacrifice and successes, contributing to our civil equal rights.


Ariadna (Ari)
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01/22/2021

Rosa Park inspired Martin Luther King Jr, starting off from his church, making peaceful protesting. He was willing to sacrifice so much to fight segregation for everyone. From the violent racist protest in charlottesville to the loss of George Floyd, it's a shame that we still to this day, we have to be fighting against this. Fighting against something that Martin Luther King Jr. fought since the 1950's. We will forever appreciate and honor Mr. King's sacrifice and successes, contributing to our civil equal rights.


Jacob Scott
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01/22/2021

Dr. King is arguably the most inspirational voice of the entire Civil Rights movement and this speech in particular is the one that everyone can recite to some extent. He fought for equal rights and is a figure anyone can look up to because he fought for what was right. He did so without violence and with love and compassion.


Sabrina Montgomery
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01/22/2021

This is an extremely important event in U.S. history. Dr. King helped organized one of the biggest movements for civil and human rights in history to help end segregation and discrimination of all races. He helped organize non-violent protests around the south. Once the protests were broadcast across the US along with the horrors that protesters were met with, was when it got the attention of John F. Kennedy and he signed the Civil rights amendment and deemed segregation illegal throughout the US. Racism and discrimination of POCs is unfortunately still prevalent today, Dr. King helped get the snowball rolling for equality and equity of all. We can see this effect as we have recently experienced BLM protests. The fight for equality is still prevalent and Dr. King helped start it


Sabrina Montgomery
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104.49.202.115
01/22/2021

This is an extremely important event in U.S. history. Dr. King helped organized one of the biggest movements for civil and human rights in history to help end segregation and discrimination of all races. He helped organize non-violent protests around the south. Once the protests were broadcast across the US along with the horrors that protesters were met with, was when it got the attention of John F. Kennedy and he signed the Civil rights amendment and deemed segregation illegal throughout the US. Racism and discrimination of POCs is unfortunately still prevalent today, Dr. King helped get the snowball rolling for equality and equity of all. We can see this effect as we have recently experienced BLM protests. The fight for equality is still prevalent and Dr. King helped start it


Momo
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01/22/2021

Martin Luther King, Jr. worked hard to bring greater equality to America and ensure civil rights for all people, regardless of race. Notably, he brought publicity to major civil rights activities, emphasizing the importance of nonviolent protest. His strong belief in nonviolent protest helped set the tone of the movement. Boycotts, protests, and marches were eventually effective, and much legislation was passed against racial discrimination. Assassinated in 1968, King led a brief life filled with many great accomplishments, working to promote equal treatment of all races. He stood as a pillar of hope and a model of grace. And he modeled sound leadership to the African American civil rights movement.


Jasmine Moreno
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01/22/2021

Martin Luther King, Jr. worked hard to bring greater equality to America and ensure civil rights for all people, regardless of race. Notably, he brought publicity to major civil rights activities, emphasizing the importance of nonviolent protest. Dr. King's leadership contributed to the overall success of the civil rights movement in the mid-1900s and continues to impact civil rights movements in the present.


pauline marquez
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01/22/2021

Martin Luther King Jr. worked to bring equality to America and ensure civil rights for all people, doesn't matter what race. He also brought attention to how important a nonviolent protest was. Martin modeled sound leadership to the african american civil rights movement.He led boycotts, protests, and marches which were very much effective because the legislation was passed against racial discrimination.I believe Martin luther king jr was a great man who impacted america in a positive way.


Israel Villa
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01/22/2021

Fifty years ago today, Martin Luther King, Jr. delivered what would be his final speech. He was assassinated the next day at the Lorraine Motel in Memphis, Tennessee. His leadership in the Civil Rights Movement captured the attention of a nation, including journalist, Lee A. Daniels. He recalls his childhood in Boston during the Civil Rights Movement and how Dr. King's message transcended from the southern states, inspiring him to be a part of the movement in his own way.


Courtney McDaniel
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01/22/2021

Dr. King was a key figure in the Civil Rights movement. His famous "I have a dream" speech inspired thousands and incited changed. He worked to non- violently protest segregation and the racism that was and still is prominent in American society. The Civil War legally outlawed slavery but that did not stop segregation and racism in the country. The Civil Rights movement worked to stop the social differences between Black Americans and white Americans and worked to gain legislative support. Civil Rights activists including Dr. King wanted laws written to stop the institutionalized racism. Dr. King is a symbol for all who want true equality in America. He helped to breakdown the walls between the two races that were created by slave owners.


casandra ocampo
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01/22/2021

The Civil Rights Movement achieved the most important breakthrough in equal rights legislation for African Americans since the Reconstruction period. Was an era dedicated to activism for equal rights and treatment of African Americans in the United States. During this period, people rallied for social, legal, political and cultural changes to prohibit discrimination and end segregation. Dr. King speech was important because it helps define the civil rights movement and because it was one of the most iconic speeches in American history. It help to make America a better place by stablishing equality between everyone and bringing peace to all african american people.


casandra ocampo
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187.191.49.167
01/22/2021

The Civil Rights Movement achieved the most important breakthrough in equal rights legislation for African Americans since the Reconstruction period. Was an era dedicated to activism for equal rights and treatment of African Americans in the United States. During this period, people rallied for social, legal, political and cultural changes to prohibit discrimination and end segregation. Dr. King speech was important because it helps define the civil rights movement and because it was one of the most iconic speeches in American history. It help to make America a better place by stablishing equality between everyone and bringing peace to all african american people.


Tania Beltran
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01/22/2021

The Civil Rights Movement was a crucial time in American history, leading us toward the acceptance and advancement of African Americans in society, and eventually the same for other minority groups. The movement as a whole spanned from around the beginning of the 1950’s to around the beginning of the 1970’s. All across the nation, African American people fought for their rights through numerous protests and boycotts. The Civil War had officially ended slavery, but it unfortunately didn’t end discrimination against black people. People continued to endure the devastating effects of racism, especially in the South. By the mid 20th century, Black Americans had had more than enough of prejudice and violence against them. They, along with many white Americans, mobilized and began an unprecedented fight for equality that spanned two decades.


Yareli Cuen
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01/22/2021

Martin Luther King Jr. brought an equality message to all races. He changed the way we look at other races, racism was brought down to a minimal against African American.


Karl Daplas
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01/21/2021

The Civil Rights Movement was arguably one of the most important movements in the history of the United States. The Civil Rights Movement helped give millions of African Americans the rights they deserved for so long. It helped show what was truly wrong with the great country of America. It helped us rebuild to the United States today. Although it still is not perfect today, it is one hundred times better than it was before the movement. The Civil Rights movement served as the first step to true freedom. Now we just need to continue those steps as a country as a whole.


Joseantonio Soto
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01/21/2021

Martin Luther King Jr.'s work was important because of his social activity in equality and human rights for the injustice of African Americans through peaceful protest. The Civil Rights Movement was important because it led to greater social mobility for African-Americans throughout the whole nation by attempting to dissolve racial discrimination and providing a greater access to resources to end segregation.


Natalie
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01/21/2021

He was a leader of the American civil rights movement. He organized a number of peaceful protests as head of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, including the March on Washington in 1963. He won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1964, and, at the time, he was the youngest person to have done so. He is also known for his famous touching speech “ I Have A Dream” he was going against racism and segregation.


Omar Cordero
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01/21/2021

The Civil Rights Movement is a very important time in history because it was the beginning of a new society. Society was extremely segregated in those days but Dr. King fought for change. Martin Luther King Jr. was a man who changed many lives through the Civil Rights Movement. He was a leader in trying to create equality for people of color. He is famous for his "I Have a Dream" speech. Dr. King was put into jail a countless amount of times because he fought for equality. However, he continued to put himself out there and risk his life for all people of color and for generations to come.


aidan calderon
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01/21/2021

The civil rights movement was important because it made everyone in America equal, no matter what skin tone someone has. Martin Luther King was a very smart person who used his words for what he believed in


Natalie
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01/21/2021

He was a leader of the American civil rights movement. He organized a number of peaceful protests as head of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, including the March on Washington in 1963. He won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1964, and, at the time, he was the youngest person to have done so. He is also known for his famous touching speech “ I Have A Dream” he was going against racism and segregation.


Natalie
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01/21/2021

He was a leader of the American civil rights movement. He organized a number of peaceful protests as head of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, including the March on Washington in 1963. He won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1964, and, at the time, he was the youngest person to have done so. He is also known for his famous touching speech “ I Have A Dream” he was going against racism and segregation.


Kristen Llamas
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01/21/2021

My reflection on the work of Martin Luther King and the Civil rights movement is that he was a very passionate man. Martin Luther King(MLK) stopped the Jim Crow Laws which meant that the people of color and the whites were separated. An example of this is that a colored man couldn't get a hot-dog from a restaurant unless he went to the back of the store. A seamstress name Rosa Parks started the revolution quietly. MLK helped make a peaceful boycott that was nonviolent. MLK said that if you don't have anything you'd die for, then what do you have to live for. The boycott was for colored people to stop riding the bus and they did for 381 days. They desegregated the buses and made it so it was equal and the people of color didn't have to sit in the back. MLK was the leader of the civil rights movement and gave people self-esteem, a life and a peak of their time. August 28, 1963 200,000 people showed up and there was crowds of people coming from everywhere to stand up for what they believe in and make a change which is that they want to be equal and they want justice. People said his voice was irresistible. He had a dream that him and his kids would be looked at by their character not the color on their skin. He repeated "free atlas, free at last.'' Dr. Kings work made America a greater place by normalizing equality when he challenged traditional boundaries . This is important because it changed lives from having segregation than to blacks and whites being able to be together and share restrooms, restaurants, and transportation.


Kyla Jimenez
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01/21/2021

Dr. King was a very important man he changed the lives of many people. He was such an important man because he was a civil rights leader who fought for the rights of African Americans. He also was famous for his famous speech " I Have a Dream". Among the many accomplishments he has had he went to jail over 30 times for fighting for what was right. He put his life at risk to make sure every Person of color would be treated equally. Every year we honor MLK jr for what he has done for this country and how he alone made Americans and America a better place for everyone.


Angel Martinez Vera
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01/21/2021

Because it was a hope breath for black people, and brought attention of this hard situation that the race discrimination was going. That speech is the most important but in general, Martin Luther King did a lot of thing for the black community.


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Priscilla Ling
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01/21/2021

Dr. King and the Civil Rights movement although didn’t completely end racism, brought attention to this very controversial issue in the 1940s-1960s. They both were helpful in improving racial equality in the United States. While African Americans were discriminated against for all of American history, they learned to stand up for themselves while white people became more open minded to the likeness of humanity altogether, regardless of race or color. Martin Luther King Jr. specifically was significant because he was a leading advocate for the movement, giving a renowned speech that made a strong impact on the American citizens towards reaching just treatment for all.


Jesus Camacho
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01/21/2021

Martin Luther King, Jr., is known for his contributions to the American civil rights movement in the 1960s. His most famous work is his “I Have a Dream” speech, delivered in 1963, in which he spoke of his dream of a United States that is void of segregation and racism. Martin Luther King Jr. traversed the country in his quest for freedom. His involvement in the movement began during the bus boycotts of 1955. He advocated for peaceful approaches to some of society's biggest problems along with organizing a number of marches and protests.


Sophia Estrada
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01/20/2021

The Civil Rights Movement was so important because it began a new society in America. Previously, society in America was constructed so that colored people were immediately segregated from the rest of society. It was viewed normal to look down on colored people and to not allow them to work for their place in society in a land full of oppourtunites. Dr. King was able to stand up against this injustice and create a new society where colored people were to be seen as equals and true Americans. His peaceful protests allowed America to see how wrong society was into thinking colored people were any different than white people. Through this, he was able to ignite a revolution in America and the beginning of a new society where truly anyone can be accepted for their race and have the same oppourtuinites as any American.


Ronan Armenion
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01/20/2021

The work of Dr. King and the importance of the Civil Rights Movement is that they ended the segregation and helped African Americans in the US be treated equal. It was important because most or even all African Americans in the US were treated badly and were segregated from White Americans. It ended inequities and made quality of life for minorities better for Americans.


Ronan Armenion
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01/20/2021

The work of Dr. King and the importance of the Civil Rights Movement is that they ended the segregation and helped African Americans in the US be treated equal. It was important because most or even all African Americans in the US were treated badly and were segregated from White Americans. It ended inequities and made quality of life for minorities better for Americans.


Rylie Coons
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01/20/2021

Martin Luther King's speech was an important piece of history. His speech, "I Had a Dream" was about freedom and equality for all. His speech promoted the end of any form of segregation. His speech has made the world a better safer place for all races, even though it might not feel like it in today's society.


Tania sofia Camacho
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01/20/2021

The civil rights movement was a struggle for social justice that took place mainly during the 1950s and 1960s for Black Americans to gain equal rights. Through nonviolent protest made America better, in the '50s-'60s broke the pattern of public facilities' being segregated by “race.”


Tania sofia Camacho
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01/20/2021

The civil rights movement was a struggle for social justice that took place mainly during the 1950s and 1960s for Black Americans to gain equal rights. Through nonviolent protest made America better, in the '50s-'60s broke the pattern of public facilities' being segregated by “race.”


alyeza
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01/20/2021

It was important for someone to finally stand up and speak about what was really going on and what was happening in society. If Dr.King never spoke up about what was wrong and exposing society on what they were doing wrong then change would have never happend. Things in society may not be perfect still but Dr.King brought these issues to light and fought that what was happening wasn't right. Society has somewhat took a step back and realized how colored people were being treated.


Kalleh Fatah
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01/20/2021

Martin Luther King's importance sparked from his "I Have A Dream" speech during the civil rights movement. His speech called for freedom and equality and to get rid of the concept of racism and any form of segregation. His speech called for the urgent attention and action towards the movement. Eventually, his speech has made America a better place than it used to be, as almost many people take into consideration of his meaningful words in the speech.


Elisa Medina
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01/20/2021

Dr. King was well known for his large contributions during the civil rights movement in the enforcement and emphasis of the idea that all people should be treated equally regardless of race or color. He provoked a sense pride to other blacks and influenced a large portion of society. He was able to make America a better place because he was able to end segregation and helped educate other's that race and color should not dictate or limit choices in ones life.


iliana villasenor
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01/20/2021

Most people equate the words “minorities and civil rights” with African-American populations; whereas people with disabilities are seldom perceived of as a minority at all, when, in actuality, they comprise the largest minority group in the US. Secondly, as he broadened the audience included in the movement, he narrowed the focus of his activity to the issue of employment as the key to achieving the goal of a Just Society. King’s important realization, only a year before his assassination, that his Civil Rights Movement had to include all marginalized people, an insight that linked the Civil Rights and the Disability Rights Movements. Day is a time for all Americans to reflect upon Dr. In the years following his death, two important issues regarding Dr. King’s work and the Civil Rights Movement seem to have been forgotten, eliminated or at least obfuscated, either intentionally or inadvertently by the mists of time. Martin Luther King Jr. Each minority group has its own life experiences and different sources and degrees of oppression and discrimination. First, we fail to emphasize Dr. King’s efforts and accomplishments, as well as his unrealized goal of creating a fully equitable and accessible society.


Enrique Acosta
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201.171.31.239
01/20/2021

The civil rights movement is by far one of the most important major events in American history. It is because of Dr. Marthin Luther King Jr. that everybody in this country is considered an equal regardless of race. This speech is the representation of more than a hundred years of oppression and hatred towards African-Americans, which inspired the civil rights activists to fight for equal rights for everyone.


Daniel Devega
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01/20/2021

The civil rights movement showed how everyone is equal. Martin Luther King changed how the world works.


Isaac Diaz
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01/20/2021

because it was the most important speech for freedom.


Noah Bickham
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01/20/2021

Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was a very well-spoken human being. He knew how to speak to an audience of any race. Getting a very good education at very good schools and colleges allowed Dr. King to be a reverend. Heis purpose in life is the same for all African-Americans till this day and everdya forward. Dr. King was determined to make a difference in the world.


Michael Guel
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01/20/2021

The importance of the Civil Rights movement is big for the United States, being considered the first steps to equal civil rights for all colors in America. Dr. King was even arrested during this movement, yet the people still fought on for equal rights. After the movement pushed through and was able to make changes to the civil rights, Dr. King delivered his "I Have a Dream" speech. His speech involved how for more than 100 years, the African-Americans were treated as slaves, inferior humans, and were abused and wrongly accused. Thanks to the movement, the republicans rewrote the Declaration of Independence to include all men, including blacks. However, even as of today, civil rights for black people, and all of the people, still remained unequal to an extent. Hopefully one day all men and women can live equally here in America, a land that is dubbed "The Land of Opportunity".


Stephani Amado Salcido
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01/20/2021

the Civil Rights Movement was important because, the world needed a change. yes it created violence and many were killed but it also achieved a lot of positive things such as more freedom for blacks, they deserve to feel comfortable if it wasn't for that movement not everyone would of had gotten equal rights, we don't know how that would be in the future. it helped America be a better place because it reconstructed our world for it to become a better place what I mean by this is that there was more educated people more workers it helped economy a lot. and if it wasn't for that we wouldn't of known the importance of this rights act. it ended segregation in America. that should be very important for you as it is for me.


Alexandra Magaña
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01/20/2021

The civil rights movement was very important because it’s what led the black community to the freedom they deserved. The fear and horrible consequences done just because the color of your skin is horrible. Martin Luther King Jr. was the person who led the civil rights act and he had a dream that one day segregation shall be no more and that the kids he was raising would one day not live in fear and be proud of the color of their skin god gave them. There were many marches that took place and individual people who made a change in history like Rosa Parks. People used their voices and then stood together people of all colors to defend the segregation of the black community. Everything done was to help the peace spread and thankfully it did, because of the civil rights movement there are people of all colors and races that form our country today. Although America isn’t the greatest right now, let’s not rewrite history any more than we already have and stand up for the equality America is all about.


Alessandra Cabal
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01/20/2021

I think Dr. King had a huge impact on the nation along with the Civil Rights movement. It put an end to most racism/discrimination against Black people and other POC. I think it helped make America be a better place because it allowed more equality for everyone and people started to treat people based off their actions and who they were and not just by the color of their skin. There are still some better things we can do as a nation to put a real end to racism and discrimination but I have hope for our future. I believe this new generation will fight harder to gain equal rights for everyone no matter who you are.


Alessandra Cabal
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68.101.156.19
01/20/2021

I think Dr. King had a huge impact on the nation along with the Civil Rights movement. It put an end to most racism/discrimination against Black people and other POC. I think it helped make America be a better place because it allowed more equality for everyone and people started to treat people based off their actions and who they were and not just by the color of their skin. There are still some better things we can do as a nation to put a real end to racism and discrimination but I have hope for our future. I believe this new generation will fight harder to gain equal rights for everyone no matter who you are.


Nahomi Feredony
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201.142.164.240
01/20/2021

I believe that Dr. King could easily be the smartest and most progressive person to live on this earth. He had so many ideas and philosophies that changed society for the better in America and around the world. He started and helped kickstart the civil rights movement in the United States, starting in the South. The South was where most of the segregation and racial bigotry was, so it was only logical to start there. MLK started with peaceful forms of protest such as the bus boycott in Birmingham, he also led many non-violent marches and demonstrations. These beginnings of the civil rights movement led to the advancement of African Americans and many other races worldwide. He really helped make America a better place by helping end legal segregation in the United States. MLK was a leader for the American civil rights movement, he was a great man and a scholar.


Nevaeh Joyce
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72.199.16.114
01/19/2021

Martin Luther King was one of the people that took lead during the civil rights movement and inspired change all over the country. The movement allowed people of color to have equal rights in voting as well as human rights. The march also abolished segregation everything was open to everyone no matter what color they were, it changed American culture drastically allowing more protests in the future. I have high respect for MLK and his doings.


Nevaeh Joyce
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72.199.16.114
01/19/2021

Martin Luther King was one of the people that took lead during the civil rights movement and inspired change all over the country. The movement allowed people of color to have equal rights in voting as well as human rights. The march also abolished segregation everything was open to everyone no matter what color they were, it changed American culture drastically allowing more protests in the future. I have high respect for MLK and his doings.


Jiselle Rullan
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99.67.149.104
01/19/2021

The role of Dr. King in the Civil Rights movement remains one of the most significant, if not the most important, pieces of work. And it wasn't a plea for help against racism, it was an appeal to those people who were willing to stand up for this injustice and make a difference in America. It helped encourage people of color as well as everyone else to strive for a chance to actually build a world where everyone, regardless of color, would live in peace of mind. This was a really important step forward for justice in America.


Sebastian Sotero
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99.150.249.223
01/19/2021

Martin Luther King was one of the people that took lead during the civil rights movement in the 60s and inspired change all over the country. The movement changed America and moved forward the country allowing people of color to have equal rights in voting as well as human rights. The march also abolished segregation meaning that everything was now open to everyone no matter who they were, it changed American culture drastically allowing more protests in the future like the hippie movement and the students protest.


Sebastian
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99.150.249.223
01/19/2021

Martin Luther King was one of the people that took lead during the civil rights movement in the 60s and inspired change all over the country. The movement changed America and moved forward the country allowing people of color to have equal rights in voting as well as human rights. The march also abolished segregation meaning that everything was now open to everyone no matter who they were, it changed American culture drastically allowing more protests in the future like the hippie movement and the students protest.


Sebastian
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99.150.249.223
01/19/2021

Martin Luther King was one of the people that took lead during the civil rights movement in the 60s and inspired change all over the country. The movement changed America and moved forward the country allowing people of color to have equal rights in voting as well as human rights. The march also abolished segregation meaning that everything was now open to everyone no matter who they were, it changed American culture drastically allowing more protests in the future like the hippie movement and the students protest.


Kymberlee Goslee
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72.199.59.105
01/19/2021

It's important because for one it's part of history and two people shouldn't be treating badly just because of their skin color and it had to change one way or another. Dr.King just wanted everyone to be equal and not be just because of his skin and everyone felt the same way. They were done with it.


Ethan Escamilla
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01/19/2021

The work of Dr. King is one of the most important if not the most important piece of work in the Civil Rights movement. It was important because this was not a cry out for help against segregation it was a call out to all of the people willing to stand up for this injustice and make a difference in America. It helped with empowering people of color as well as everyone else to fight for a chance to ultimately developed a world where everyone regardless of color can live in tranquility. This was a very large step forward for justice in America.


Nahomi Feredony
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201.142.164.240
01/19/2021

I believe that Dr. King could easily be the smartest and most progressive person to live on this earth. He had so many ideas and philosophies that changed society for the better in America and around the world. He started and helped kickstart the civil rights movement in the United States, starting in the South. The South was where most of the segregation and racial bigotry was, so it was only logical to start there. MLK started with peaceful forms of protest such as the bus boycott in Birmingham, he also led many non-violent marches and demonstrations. These beginnings of the civil rights movement led to the advancement of African Americans and many other races worldwide. He really helped make America a better place by helping end legal segregation in the United States. MLK was a leader for the American civil rights movement, he was a great man and a scholar.


Nahomi Feredony
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201.142.164.240
01/19/2021

I believe that Dr. King could easily be the smartest and most progressive person to live on this earth. He had so many ideas and philosophies that changed society for the better in America and around the world. He started and helped kickstart the civil rights movement in the United States, starting in the South. The South was where most of the segregation and racial bigotry was, so it was only logical to start there. MLK started with peaceful forms of protest such as the bus boycott in Birmingham, he also led many non-violent marches and demonstrations. These beginnings of the civil rights movement led to the advancement of African Americans and many other races worldwide. He really helped make America a better place by helping end legal segregation in the United States. MLK was a leader for the American civil rights movement, he was a great man and a scholar.


Abner Fuentes
Mrs. Palmer
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98.176.113.61
01/19/2021

The civil rights movement is important because it allowed segregation to end in public location. Before the movement there were places where white people would go and normally have more privilege's then the colored people because some locations don't allow colored people to enter. The civil rights movement allows colored people to have equal treatment and privilege's as the white people. The person who achieved the civil rights movement was Martin Luther King Jr. He was a leader of the movement and protested peacefully, he gave hope to colored people because he speak in a way that hit the hearts of the listeners. Martin Luther is a man of patience and intelligence because he waits for things to happen and waits for the right time to make his move. He also makes smart moves and not act recklessly. wrong wrong move and everything he worked for would go down the trash. Without Martin Luther the civil rights movement probably wouldn't have been passed.


Alia Kircher
Palmer
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72.197.85.29
01/19/2021

Dr. King protested peacefully and led a large group of people in order to get equality for everyone. The civil rights movement was important because it made it so everyone no matter the skin color was treated the same and fairly. It made America a better place by ending discrimination and unfair treatment of others based on skin color.


Alia Kircher
Palmer
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72.197.85.29
01/19/2021

Dr. King protested peacefully and led a large group of people in order to get equality for everyone. The civil rights movement was important because it made it so everyone no matter the skin color was treated the same and fairly. It made America a better place by ending discrimination and unfair treatment of others based on skin color.


Alia Kircher
Palmer
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72.197.85.29
01/19/2021

Dr. King protested peacefully and led a large group of people in order to get equality for everyone. The civil rights movement was important because it made it so everyone no matter the skin color was treated the same and fairly. It made America a better place by ending discrimination and unfair treatment of others based on skin color.


Alia Kircher
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72.197.85.29
01/19/2021

Dr. King protested peacefully and led a large group of people in order to get equality for everyone. The civil rights movement was important because it made it so everyone no matter the skin color was treated the same and fairly. It made America a better place by ending discrimination and unfair treatment of others based on skin color.


Alia Kircher
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72.197.85.29
01/19/2021

Dr. King protested peacefully and led a large group of people in order to get equality for everyone. The civil rights movement was important because it made it so everyone no matter the skin color was treated the same and fairly. It made America a better place by ending discrimination and unfair treatment of others based on skin color.


Alia Kircher
Mrs. Plamer
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72.197.85.29
01/19/2021

Dr. King protested peacefully and led a large group of people in order to get equality for everyone. The civil rights movement was important because it made it so everyone no matter the skin color was treated the same and fairly. It made America a better place by ending discrimination and unfair treatment of others based on skin color.


Esai Loza
Elizabeth Palmer
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108.90.53.10
01/19/2021

Martin Luther King jr. played a very important role in the civil rights movement of the 60's in the United States. It was important because it brought Americans of color more equity and equality. Before the civil rights movement there was a lot of blatant racism and segregation between whites and minorities. Afterwards many segregation laws were abolished and the quality of life for many Americans was changed for the better. A lot of this would not be possible if it weren't for Marin Luther King. He was the face of the civil rights movement and he changed the perspectives of many people with his powerful speeches.


Danny Miramontes
Mrs. Palmer
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104.225.190.221
01/19/2021

After watching the Martin Luther King documentary style video I have realized how far our nation has come and learned more about our past and the special public figure MLK. Throughout his Lifetime he was faced with racism, Segregation and Humiliation but through his "dream" of America once becoming a country where we can live in peace without belittling races. I believe that history is a great part of our lives and everyone should consider to educate themselves on the matter because history repeats itself and it will always be better to be prepared for it.


Jesus Camacho
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72.199.57.80
01/19/2021

Martin Luther King, Jr., is known for his contributions to the American civil rights movement in the 1960s. His most famous work is his “I Have a Dream” speech, delivered in 1963, in which he spoke of his dream of a United States that is void of segregation and racism. Martin Luther King Jr. traversed the country in his quest for freedom. His involvement in the movement began during the bus boycotts of 1955. He advocated for peaceful approaches to some of society's biggest problems along with organizing a number of marches and protests.


Enrique Torres
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01/19/2021

The work of Dr. King and the Civil Rights movement are among the most influential events in the history of the United States. As a Baptist minister and a social rights activist, Martin Luther King Jr organized numerous peaceful protests as the leader of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference. The most popular of these being the march on Washington of 1963. Dr. King shared a vision of equality with a large amount of Americans. He took it upon himself to change the lives of African Americans for the rest of time. He expressed his opinion most popularly in his highly influential "I Have a Dream" speech. This speech had a great impact for Americans' opinions regarding civil rights. The Civil Rights movement of the 1950s and '60s gave a new definition to what society looks like. It led to the end of racial segregation in public facilities among other achievements. All of this led to the formation of the inclusive America we see today. We are no longer forced to segregate and society is overall much more inclusive. There is still some progress to be made, however, Dr. King and the Civil Rights movement paved the path towards complete inclusivity and acceptance of all people.


gabriel jaghab
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01/19/2021

The work that Dr. King did was a very important step in United States history. King led a movement that aimed for social equality and justice. This was very important as finally minorities were getting the treatment they deserved and they started to be treated like a human being. This movement aimed to stop segregation and other discrimination that was publicly displayed. America was definitely a better place after the movement as everyone got fair treatment and the hate has ended.


Marbella Beltran
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01/19/2021

Martin Luther King expressed his desire for a future in which black and white people live in harmony and equality on American soil and in the world. The speech was delivered from the steps of the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, DC, on August 28, 1963, and is considered one of the best speeches in history. His best tool to protest against these injustices were peaceful protests, in which he made speeches that continue to resonate to this day in a country marked by racism and inequality.


aleana godoy
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72.220.250.16
01/19/2021

The civil rights movement was important because it broke the pattern of public facilities being segregated by "race"in the south and achieved the most important breakthrough in equal-rights legislation for African Americans since the reconstruction period. This made America better by allowing colored people have similar chances like the white people by allowing the to go to school with other students that are not the same color as them.


Sienna
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98.176.224.170
01/19/2021

Martin Luther king became a leader of the civil rights movement and held a peaceful protest which still got some black Americans arrested, this movement was important because it was going to give African Americans the same rights as white people, and to be able to live together without being segregated. Many who participated risked losing their jobs which was their whole livelihood but this was a cause worth fighting for. This movement helped American become a better place by taking a step towards the future and allowing African Americans the same basic rights as everyone else without there being so much hate for one another.


Marissa Ramos
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72.197.158.107
01/19/2021

This was a very important milestone for people, especially for African Americans. This was their way of speaking out and using freedom of speech. They wanted to be heard so that others can realize how different people's lives have become because of all the segregation. Martin Luther King Jr. wanted it to be heard, he wanted to put an end to segregation so we America can live up to one of our natural rights which is freedom. These people wanted to be treated equally and fairly. This speech I Have A Dream helped America become a better place. If this speech was never heard to this day maybe we would be segregated in the way it was. This was the right foot in the direction of equality for everyone.


Marissa Ramos
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72.197.158.107
01/19/2021

This was a very important milestone for people, especially for African Americans. This was their way of speaking out and using freedom of speech. They wanted to be heard so that others can realize how different people's lives have become because of all the segregation. Martin Luther King Jr. wanted it to be heard, he wanted to put an end to segregation so we America can live up to one of our natural rights which is freedom. These people wanted to be treated equally and fairly. This speech I Have A Dream helped America become a better place. If this speech was never heard to this day maybe we would be segregated in the way it was. This was the right foot in the direction of equality for everyone.


Analyn Sandino
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01/19/2021

Martin Luther King Jr. was one of the most significant and influential people of America. He became and was a voice for many people, he created a big movement for the people of color, he wanted and believed in equality, as well as having views for the good of the country. He has influenced plenty of people and contributed the civil rights of African Americans. Dr. King inspired many people to be able to stand up and speak out. He had created a difference and change in the world.


Analyn Sandino
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108.90.226.42
01/19/2021

Martin Luther King Jr. was one of the most significant and influential people of America. He became and was a voice for many people, he created a big movement for the people of color, he wanted and believed in equality, as well as having views for the good of the country. He has influenced plenty of people and contributed the civil rights of African Americans. Dr. King inspired many people to be able to stand up and speak out. He made a difference in the world.


Analyn Sandino
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108.90.226.42
01/19/2021

Martin Luther King Jr. was one of the most significant and influential people of America. He became and was a voice for many people, he created a big movement for the people of color, he wanted and believed in equality, as well as having views for the good of the country. He has influenced plenty of people and contributed the civil rights of African Americans. Dr. King inspired many people to be able to stand up and speak out. He made a difference in the world.


Dillon Martin
Frank Schneemann
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70.181.245.98
01/19/2021

The MLK and the civil rights movement was important because traditionally, relationships among the races withinside the South had been oppressive. In 1954, the Supreme Court determined this turned into wrong. Inspired through the Court, brave Americans, Black and white, took the protest to the street, withinside the shape of sit-ins, bus boycotts, and Freedom Rides. The protest motion, led through the remarkable and eloquent Dr. Martin Luther King, and aided through a sympathetic federal government, maximum significantly the Kennedy brothers and a born-once more Lyndon Johnson, turned into capable of make America apprehend racial discrimination as a ethical issue. Once Americans understood that discrimination turned into wrong, they speedy moved to get rid of racial prejudice and discrimination from American life, as evidenced through the Civil Rights Acts of 1964 and 1965. Dr. King turned into tragically slain in 1968. Fortunately, through that point the united states of america were modified, modified for the bett­­er in a few essential ways. The motion turned into a first-rate victory for all Americans. By the 1970s, Southern states wherein Blacks couldn't have voted 10 years in advance had been sending African Americans to Congress. Inexplicably, simply because the civil rights victories had been piling up, many Black Americans, beneathneath the banner of Black Power, grew to become their backs on American society.


Julia Cosalan
Mr. Scheemann
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99.67.149.132
01/19/2021

Dr. King was the light that America needed in that time of hate. Being the leader of the Civil Rights movement, he created a spark within the black community of America to stand up for their rights, to make change. So, they staged boycotts and sit-ins as some ways to make their voices heard. However it did not sit well with the white community, which lead white people to take a violent route. Attacking the black community with full force, even going as far as bombing Dr. King's home. With all of this violence going on, it also opened the eyes of other Americans who truly see the faults in the current American system. As stated in the video, it had a powerful affect on Americans, it gave them hope and made them believe that change is possible, giving Americans a sense of duty to themselves and to their country that they must take part in the change. Racial equality was the goal. It was not fair that blacks had to have a different lunch room, bathroom, water fountain and sitting arrangements from the white folk. The black community was only looking to be seen as an American rather than a color. The black community feared for their lives, they were afraid of dying due to the violent acts displayed by the white community. Beating blacks with bats, blood splattered, no mercy. No human should ever be scared to ride the bus, go for a walk, or simply go eat out. It's because of the Civil Rights movement that blacks were starting to gain for freedom and more rights in America. They fought, mentally and physically, and throughout time, people started to stand behind the black community and encourage change just as MLK did. And because of it, America has a much more beautiful and diverse culture. He sparked hope and change in America, and made it a better place.


Rene Sanchez Fernandez
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72.197.158.7
01/19/2021

MLK is one of the most important people in our history because of what he did for people to have the same rights that they didn't have. MLK had the biggest non-violent protest in our history, during the 50s and 60s the Jim Crow Laws were in major effect which MLK didn't think was the way to live. This helped America to become a better place by having making everybody have the same rights no matter what colored skin you are.


Rene Sanchez Fernandez
Mr. Schneeman
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72.197.158.7
01/19/2021

The Civil Rights movement of the 50s and 60s changed how we live today, MLK had the motive for people of any type of colored skin to have the same rights as the whites because back then the Jim Crow Laws were in full effect during that time. MLK changed this by having the biggest non-violent protest in History which could be impossible today, MLK risked his life for others to have the same rights as the whites.


Sammy Elliott
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99.132.67.178
01/19/2021

Dr. King's role in the Civil Rights Movement was extremely impactful. Through his speeches as well as protests America stepped into a more positive future that stopped heavily institutionalized racism. Through the progression of the Civil Rights Movement, the Civil Rights Act was created thus prohibiting discrimination on the basis of Race, Color, Religion, Sex, or Nation of Origin. This secured the individual rights of millions of Americans leading to desegregation, steps towards social acceptance of one another, and further unity. In essence, Dr. King's work played the pivotal role of dragging America out of one of its worst and most hateful eras thrusting the US into an era of peace, acceptance, and equality.


Matthew Carrillo
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68.7.248.142
01/19/2021

In the 1950s and the 1960s this movement happened due to the attack and lack of fairness in on the black communities. There where a lot of activist at the time trying to better the lives of the black community and bring back love and equality for all. Dr. Marten Luther King Jr is one of the most inspirational and most important part to the whole movement he brought both sides together as one and help set a trend. His whole speech is about bring everyone together as one.


Jose banuelos
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70.181.244.195
01/19/2021

Martin Luther King, Jr., is known for his contributions to the American civil rights movement in the 1960s. His most famous work is his “I Have a Dream” speech, delivered in 1963, in which he spoke of his dream of a United States that is void of segregation and racism


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99.52.97.12
01/19/2021

it help move the the us to move better place and to where every one equal help bring the African American community to light and how they where treated less then humane at times they hade to obey laws that held them back from being apart of the community's


Jennalyn Sandino
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136.228.204.240
01/19/2021

Martin Luther King Jr. was one of the most significant and influential figure of America. He was a voice for many people, he made a big movement for the people of color, he wanted equality, he had views for the good of the country. He has influenced many people and contributed the civil rights of African Americans. Dr. King inspired many people to be able to stand up and speak out. He made a difference in the world.


Jennalyn Sandino
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136.228.204.240
01/19/2021

Martin Luther King Jr. was one of the most significant and influential figure of America. He was a voice for many people, he made a big movement for the people of color, he wanted equality, he had views for the good of the country. He has influenced many people and contributed the civil rights of African Americans. Dr. King inspired many people to be able to stand up and speak out. He made a difference in the world.


Jayleen Rivera
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104.225.179.145
01/18/2021

During the 50s things were moving slow after the Jim Crow laws. Many African Americans were affected by the many racist people in the south ( segregation). Life began to change after Rosa parks refused to give up her seat, she started the so called revolution. Martin Luther king lead this revolt. On November 13 1956 the busses in the south were desegregated, Martin Luther King was now the undesputed Civil Rights leader. This made many African Americans have hope. In the 1954 the supreme court had officially decided to integrate the schools. But many white American people and many principals(Arkansas) of schools called the National Guard, just so the schools were not integrated with African American people. President Eisenhower made the school integrated and did everything in his power to do so. The little rock nine students finally got to enter school without white mobs chasing them or scaring them while trying to enter school. Civi rights took a toll o alot of young African Americasns, it showed that there can be change.


Jayleen Rivera
Mr. Schneemann
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104.225.179.145
01/18/2021

During the 50s things were moving slow after the Jim Crow laws. Many African Americans were affected by the many racist people in the south ( segregation). Life began to change after Rosa parks refused to give up her seat, she started the so called revolution. Martin Luther king lead this revolt. On November 13 1956 the busses in the south were desegregated, Martin Luther King was now the undesputed Civil Rights leader. This made many African Americans have hope. In the 1954 the supreme court had officially decided to integrate the schools. But many white American people and many principals(Arkansas) of schools called the National Guard, just so the schools were not integrated with African American people. President Eisenhower made the school integrated and did everything in his power to do so. The little rock nine students finally got to enter school without white mobs chasing them or scaring them while trying to enter school. Civi rights took a toll o alot of young African Americasns, it showed that there can be change.


Jayleen Rivera
Mr. Schneemann
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104.225.179.145
01/18/2021

During the 50s things were moving slow after the Jim Crow laws. Many African Americans were affected by the many racist people in the south ( segregation). Life began to change after Rosa parks refused to give up her seat, she started the so called revolution. Martin Luther king lead this revolt. On November 13 1956 the busses in the south were desegregated, Martin Luther King was now the undesputed Civil Rights leader. This made many African Americans have hope. In the 1954 the supreme court had officially decided to integrate the schools. But many white American people and many principals(Arkansas) of schools called the National Guard, just so the schools were not integrated with African American people. President Eisenhower made the school integrated and did everything in his power to do so. The little rock nine students finally got to enter school without white mobs chasing them or scaring them while trying to enter school. Civi rights took a toll o alot of young African Americasns, it showed that there can be change.


Karina Garcia
Mr. Scheeman
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72.199.70.209
01/18/2021

Dr. King's was a voice for many, he encouraged to stand for change without violence in order to reach the end goal which was equality for the African American community. His speech impacted many individuals to continue for this change. The importance of the Civil Rights movement was needed, there needed to be this change to make all individuals equal despite their differences. The work of Dr. King and the Civil Rights movement is something that will always be used throughout the rest of history to make sure equal rights is present so there isn't a repeat of the past.


Michael Reyes
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72.199.86.196
01/18/2021

Martin Luther King Jr. was one of the most influential leaders America has ever seen when looking into our Black History movements. His views have contributed greatly towards the realization of civil rights and that African Americans shall be gifted these rights. African Americans have suffered discrimination throughout the 1950's and 60's to the rights and liberties that have been stripped of them. Dr. King was able to help face these many obstacles on his journey, such as spending time in jail for fighting what he believed in and even dodging assassination attempts. Despite these brutal obstacles, Dr. King became a successful leader during the Civil Rights Movement and has had a positive influence even after his death through his beliefs and guiding African Americans by teaching non-violent and positive direction for the fight to secure rights and equality for blacks and all as a whole.


Isabella Segura
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104.52.240.35
01/18/2021

The civil rights movement was important because it is what changed the way segregation by race was. A lot of people were able to express themselves and their voices were heard because Dr. King allowed them to be. Dr. King was the inspiration they needed to stand up and speak up for themselves. It was made totally aware that racism should not be a normal thing and that something had to be done about it. Nothing was ever going to change unless someone pushed to make it change. Things would not be the same without the movement and it would have probably been worse if we never had it. This civil rights movement is what brought us the equal rights we have now, past couple of months though we seem to be evolving backwards. Racism is becoming a big issue again.


Bianca Ramirez
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108.246.103.28
01/18/2021

The civil rights movement of the 1950s and '60s broke the pattern of public facilities' being segregated by “race” in the South and achieved the most important breakthrough in equal-rights legislation for African Americans. Dr.King was an important assent in the civil rights movement because he fought for equality and human rights for African Americans for all victims of injustice through peaceful protest. It made America a better because it feels like they can move on and everyone doesn't have to feel left out due to the color of there skin they could be a doctor or work a government job they can be successful. Dr.King repeatedly said I have a dream he was using his voice and letting people know his dream about putting racism behind us and moving on and all the little children can grow up and not feel bad about themselves.


Bianca Ramirez
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108.246.103.28
01/18/2021

The civil rights movement of the 1950s and '60s broke the pattern of public facilities' being segregated by “race” in the South and achieved the most important breakthrough in equal-rights legislation for African Americans. Dr.King was an important assent in the civil rights movement because he fought for equality and human rights for African Americans for all victims of injustice through peaceful protest. It made America a better because it feels like they can move on and everyone doesn't have to feel left out due to the color of there skin they could be a doctor or work a government job they can be successful. Dr.King repeatedly said I have a dream he was using his voice and letting people know his dream about putting racism behind us and moving on and all the little children can grow up and not feel bad about themselves.


Bianca Ramirez
Mr.Schneemann
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108.246.103.28
01/18/2021

The civil rights movement of the 1950s and '60s broke the pattern of public facilities' being segregated by “race” in the South and achieved the most important breakthrough in equal-rights legislation for African Americans. Dr.King was an important assent in the civil rights movement because he fought for equality and human rights for African Americans for all victims of injustice through peaceful protest. It made America a better because it feels like they can move on and everyone doesn't have to feel left out due to the color of there skin they could be a doctor or work a government job they can be successful. Dr.King repeatedly said I have a dream he was using his voice and letting people know his dream about putting racism behind us and moving on and all the little children can grow up and not feel bad about themselves.


Bianca Ramirez
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108.246.103.28
01/18/2021

The civil rights movement of the 1950s and '60s broke the pattern of public facilities' being segregated by “race” in the South and achieved the most important breakthrough in equal-rights legislation for African Americans. Dr.King was an important assent in the civil rights movement because he fought for equality and human rights for African Americans for all victims of injustice through peaceful protest. It made America a better because it feels like they can move on and everyone doesn't have to feel left out due to the color of there skin they could be a doctor or work a government job they can be successful. Dr.King repeatedly said I have a dream he was using his voice and letting people know his dream about putting racism behind us and moving on and all the little children can grow up and not feel bad about themselves.


Kimberly Amaya
Frank Schneemann
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72.220.14.100
01/18/2021

Life for black people was difficult in the past years. Every little thing was a crime for them. When Dr. King showed up to the world things started to changed. White people made everything more difficult. Four friends went for coffee in a place of white people in a way to protest, but people started yelling at them and throwing them food. Black people got arrested for no reasons. They had a life with fear, they did not seem to have freedom. By the time colored people were being accepted for white people. Still now days discrimination still exist but people every time gets stronger.


Kimberly Amaya
Frank Schneemann
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72.220.14.100
01/18/2021

Life for black people was difficult in the past years. Every little thing was a crime for them. When Dr. King showed up to the world things started to changed. White people made everything more difficult. Four friends went for coffee in a place of white people in a way to protest, but people started yelling at them and throwing them food. Black people got arrested for no reasons. They had a life with fear, they did not seem to have freedom. By the time colored people were being accepted for white people. Still now days discrimination still exist but people every time gets stronger.


Giovanni Alva
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99.120.101.147
01/18/2021

The work of Dr. King was one of the most important events during the Civil Rights movement because when Dr. King gave his I Have A Dream speech in 1963 it had changed many lives and changed how people see others. If this never happened we would probably still be in a world where people would still have many problems regarding the issue of segregation and discrimination. When Dr. King said, "I have a dream that my four little 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." it hit me that I would want the same for my children if I ever have kids. The fact of other people treating my kids poorly because of their skin color would make me furious because nobody in their right mind would want their kids to go through that terrible situation. Martin Luther King's vision of equality and civil disobedience changed the world for his children and the children of all oppressed people. He changed the lives of African Americans in his time and subsequent decades.


Victor Acuna
Mrs. Palmer
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104.225.183.222
01/18/2021

Martin Luther King's work and dedication paved for the success of the civil rights movement in order to create better lives for the African American community. It was important because through his speeches and movements he intensified the need for change as the voice of the people. With the civil rights movements it created an equal change for all citizens not just whites to enjoy basic rights granted to every induvial at birth as well as ended the segregation bringing together the community as a whole. We still see the evolution and impact of Dr. King as in continues to progress its impact in modern day society.


Isabella Reichard
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72.199.21.71
01/18/2021

I think its sad how Martin Luther King was such a powerful man and his life was ultimately taken. He ultimately just wanted to prove that the racial inequality was wrong ethically and was not proper morals. His famous speech ultimately touched the hearts of millions and still to this day he his looked up to as a person who has made a great deal of change in America. After watching the short film I feel that people have almost forgotten that Martin Luther King stood up for what is right knowing that his audience were against him and what he spoke about. In comparison from today to when MLK was speaking about racial inequality it seems as if people forgot that racial inequality still does exist. Martin Luther Kings message should be talked about more frequently . His speeches have been heard through the years and have transformed many peoples morals and way the think.


Janice Rivera
Schneemann, Frank
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72.220.133.95
01/18/2021

The Civil Rights movement was a very important part of our history because it broke segregation and lots of voices were heard. Martin Luther King Jr. was one voice that everybody aid attention to. He brought attention to the issues such as racism. He made very many people aware that this was not normal and needs to be changed. He inspired many to make a difference and to this day we all remember him. Without the Civil Rights movement equal rights would not have existed. Now everyone has the same opportunity and racism is as big of an issue as it used to be.


Janice Rivera
Schneemann, Frank
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72.220.133.95
01/18/2021

The Civil Rights movement was a very important part of our history because it broke segregation and lots of voices were heard. Martin Luther King Jr. was one voice that everybody aid attention to. He brought attention to the issues such as racism. He made very many people aware that this was not normal and needs to be changed. He inspired many to make a difference and to this day we all remember him. Without the Civil Rights movement equal rights would not have existed. Now everyone has the same opportunity and racism is as big of an issue as it used to be.


Luke Svehaug
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01/18/2021

With events like boycotting the buses due to the Rosa Parks discrimination led by Martin Luther King Jr., the impact inspired others to join King in his quest for civil rights for colored individuals. He was people's light of hope, leading them toward ideal freedom and peace for black people. The Civil Rights movement created a major breakthrough for black men and women, enabling individuals to raise their voice and stand up for what belongs the them- life. It was and is the beacon for Freedom and Liberation for people of color. This is all thanks to king and his associates, without them I, as an peros of color, would be living a completely different life.


Alani Keeran
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72.199.14.2
01/18/2021

Dr. Martin Luther king was important because his “I had a dream” speech which was about racism and to get rid of segregation. The civil right movement is important because how it was about having America have all live be equal and for African Americans from the reconstruction period. This is better for America because it showed how dr Martin Luther king had changed lives by showing how to peacfukkh protest and the civil war helped people understand that all likes should be equal


Mikayla Samson
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108.207.65.195
01/18/2021

Martin Luther King Jr. was a well known inspiration to many as he contributed to the civil rights movement which was around the 1950/60s. His outgoing speech "I Have a Dream" was a call for freedom and equality becoming a defined moment during the movement. The movement was initiated in hopes of equality amongst everyone especially towards those who were African American without any needs of violence.


Leah Sides
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174.195.139.105
01/18/2021

It’s utterly astounding to me that some people in this world feel the need to judge others by just the pigmentation of their skin, or the religion they practice or by the way they choose to communicate to others that might be through another language. Specifically referring to treating those with different skin colors equally, I feel that the Civil Rights movement was yet another spark that could be added to flame of inextinguishable rage that many black people felt during the 50s and 60s in America and rightfully so. The Civil Rights movement catapulted many who felt the sting of inequality plague their everyday lives to a point where many couldn’t even attempt to use a public restroom to relieve themselves without fearing for their lives. This movement was the most important thing to happen to America at the time and still rings true all these years later, not to mention Dr. Martin Luther King Jr’s preachings and contributions to the movement that only strengthened the unity and bonds between black Americans in their fight for racial justice, the right to vote and equality. Martin Luther King Jr. furthered America’s yearning to grow and become a place for all to live peacefully without any gripes or feelings of inequality or bigotry, he created movements, brought people together, preached peace and love and fought for what he and many others believed in and still believe in to this day.


Leah Sides
Mr. Schneemann
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72.220.123.240
01/18/2021

It’s utterly astounding to me that some people in this world feel the need to judge others by just the pigmentation of their skin, or the religion they practice or by the way they choose to communicate to others that might be through another language. Specifically referring to treating those with different skin colors equally, I feel that the Civil Rights movement was yet another spark that could be added to flame of inextinguishable rage that many black people felt during the 50s and 60s in America and rightfully so. The Civil Rights movement catapulted many who felt the sting of inequality plague their everyday lives to a point where many couldn’t even attempt to use a public restroom to relieve themselves without fearing for their lives. This movement was the most important thing to happen to America at the time and still rings true all these years later, not to mention Dr. Martin Luther King Jr’s preachings and contributions to the movement that only strengthened the unity and bonds between black Americans in their fight for racial justice, the right to vote and equality. Martin Luther King Jr. furthered America’s yearning to grow and become a place for all to live peacefully without any gripes or feelings of inequality or bigotry, he created movements, brought people together, preached peace and love and fought for what he and many others believed in and still believe in to this day.


Leah Sides
Mr. Schneemann
3
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174.195.139.105
01/18/2021

It’s utterly astounding to me that some people in this world feel the need to judge others by just the pigmentation of their skin, or the religion they practice or by the way they choose to communicate to others that might be through another language. Specifically referring to treating those with different skin colors equally, I feel that the Civil Rights movement was yet another spark that could be added to flame of inextinguishable rage that many black people felt during the 50s and 60s in America and rightfully so. The Civil Rights movement catapulted many who felt the sting of inequality plague their everyday lives to a point where many couldn’t even attempt to use a public restroom to relieve themselves without fearing for their lives. This movement was the most important thing to happen to America at the time and still rings true all these years later, not to mention Dr. Martin Luther King Jr’s preachings and contributions to the movement that only strengthened the unity and bonds between black Americans in their fight for racial justice, the right to vote and equality. Martin Luther King Jr. furthered America’s yearning to grow and become a place for all to live peacefully without any gripes or feelings of inequality or bigotry, he created movements, brought people together, preached peace and love and fought for what he and many others believed in and still believe in to this day.


Leah Sides
Mr. Schneemann
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72.220.123.240
01/18/2021

It’s utterly astounding to me that some people in this world feel the need to judge others by just the pigmentation of their skin, or the religion they practice or by the way they choose to communicate to others that might be through another language. Specifically referring to treating those with different skin colors equally, I feel that the Civil Rights movement was yet another spark that could be added to flame of inextinguishable rage that many black people felt during the 50s and 60s in America and rightfully so. The Civil Rights movement catapulted many who felt the sting of inequality plague their everyday lives to a point where many couldn’t even attempt to use a public restroom to relieve themselves without fearing for their lives. This movement was the most important thing to happen to America at the time and still rings true all these years later, not to mention Dr. Martin Luther King Jr’s preachings and contributions to the movement that only strengthened the unity and bonds between black Americans in their fight for racial justice, the right to vote and equality. Martin Luther King Jr. furthered America’s yearning to grow and become a place for all to live peacefully without any gripes or feelings of inequality or bigotry, he created movements, brought people together, preached peace and love and fought for what he and many others believed in and still believe in to this day.


Arath Rico
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104.225.176.106
01/18/2021

Dr. King had a big impact and influence in the Civil Rights Movement. Dr. King only dreamed for freedom, justice and for people of color to not be judged or treated differently but instead treated equally. On August 28, 1963 Martin Luther King made his "I Have a Dream speech" that called for an end to racism in the United States. This was important because at the time colored people were judged and treated unfairly, and at times were dehumanized. The "I Have a Dream" speech helped make America a better place because it led us down a road where the end of racism was and a America where all people were treated equally no matter what their race or beliefs were. Most importantly it opened societies view of equality and justice.


joshua
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70.181.212.188
01/18/2021

The civil rights movement of the 1950s and 60s is known for achieving the the most important goal of MLK which is know today as equal rights for all regardless of skin color. During this time, congress passed two civil rights laws that ensured constitutional rights for African Americans and many other minority groups.


Miranda Gilbert
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104.225.179.85
01/18/2021

Dr. King's work was important because it was one of the times when the Civil Rights Movement was really kick started, we started to really see in injustices straight up and there was no ignoring it at this point. Dr. King handled the movement in such a non violent way that it really forced Americans to listen to him and what he had to say. No one could pin point violence to Dr. King so it showed many people that violence was not always the answer. It helped make America a better place because segregation against African Americans was addressed and minimized greatly. Schools were brought together and African Americans could live in peace and unison with the rights they deserved.


Charlyn Canonizado
Mrs. Palmer
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72.199.57.25
01/18/2021

Dr. King worked hard to bring greater equality to America and ensure civil rights for all people, regardless of race and skin color. Notably, he brought publicity to major civil rights activities, emphasizing the importance of nonviolent protests to stand for the basic human rights, specifically for African Americans. He advocated for peaceful approaches to some of society's biggest problems. He organized a number of marches and protests and was a key figure in the American civil rights movement. Some specific contributions include providing leadership in the Montgomery Bus Boycott of 1955, writing the letter from Birmingham Jail highlighting the necessity of civil rights change delivering his famous I Have a Dream speech in 1963 at the March on Washington and being an advocate for nonviolent protest in the Memphis Sanitation Worker Strike in 1968.


Sophia Rodriguez
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104.225.183.232
01/18/2021

Dr. King had a really important impact on the civil rights movement. He gave a very famous speech called "I Have A Dream." He started with the bus boycotts in 1955, until his death in 1968. He stood as a picture of hope for people and a better life for colored people. Rosa parks was also apart of the movement, she didn't move from her seat when they asker her to in the bus. She did not want to give up her seat just because she was black, this caused her to get arrested. Even students helped with the protest, it was called The Student Non-violent Coordinated Community. Young people would protest non-violently and they would still get arrested, their goal was to fill up the jails so that no more people could be arrested. Dr. King influenced all ages, he influenced young kids to old people. The March on Washington had more that 200,000 influencers, it was the most people that had gathered so far. The "I have a Dream" speech had impacted many people, Dr. King called for civil and economic rights and an end to racism in the United States by saying this speech and reciting parts of the bible. This speech became the most iconic speeches in history.


Jenae Dareing
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72.220.86.211
01/18/2021

The civil rights movement of the 1950s and 60s broke the pattern of public facilities being separated by race in the south and achieved the most important breakthrough in equal rights. The civil rights movement deeply affected American society. among its most important achievements were two major civil rights laws passed by Congress. these laws ensured constitutional rights for African Americans and other minorities.


Kimberley Lebahn
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104.225.190.221
01/18/2021

Dr. King's work was such an importance because he was a huge backbone in African Americans gaining basic civil rights and his influence on the March on Washington with his speech intensified the civil rights movement. The civil rights movement allowed America to become a better place by granting diversity in America eventually leading to less hate than it was before allowing African Americans to live better lives and work and live along side anyone since they all were given the same rights further down the road. Overall Dr. Kind and his work created a huge spark in the civil rights movement to demonstrate the huge progress made today in modern day America, however his influence and work is still not over yet


Miles D'Agostino
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174.195.135.44
01/18/2021

Martin Luther King Jr. is an inspiring man, known for his contributions to/during the American Civil Rights Movement in the 60s. His iconic speech "I Have a Dream" was heard around the world, where he spoke of his dreams of living in a non-segregated society, where all skin complexions live equally. His actions during the American Civil Rights movement opened the eyes of many people, planting the seed into the heads of those who overlooked, that racism was still very much alive.


Jose banuelos
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172.58.19.15
01/18/2021

Martin Luther King, Jr., is known for his contributions to the American civil rights movement in the 1960s. His most famous work is his “I Have a Dream” speech, delivered in 1963, in which he spoke of his dream of a United States that is void of segregation and racism


Gabriela Estrada
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72.220.149.145
01/18/2021

Martin Luther King Jr. is a well known and an inspiring man. King was and still is one of the most influential heroes. His views and believes helped African Americans through the 50 's and 60 's to the rights and liberties that was their right. He faced many obstacles on his journey, things like jail and even assassination attempts. Despite these obstacles, he became a successful leader during the Civil Rights Movement and after his death, by guiding African Americans in a non-violent and positive direction for the fight to secure rights and equality for blacks.


Gabriela Estrada
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72.220.149.145
01/18/2021

Martin Luther King Jr. is a well known and an inspiring man. King was and still is one of the most influential heroes. His views and believes helped African Americans through the 50 's and 60 's to the rights and liberties that was their right. He faced many obstacles on his journey, things like jail and even assassination attempts. Despite these obstacles, he became a successful leader during the Civil Rights Movement and after his death, by guiding African Americans in a non-violent and positive direction for the fight to secure rights and equality for blacks.


Gabriela Estrada
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72.220.149.145
01/18/2021

Martin Luther King Jr. is a well known and an inspiring man. King was and still is one of the most influential heroes. His views and believes helped African Americans through the 50 's and 60 's to the rights and liberties that was their right. He faced many obstacles on his journey, things like jail and even assassination attempts. Despite these obstacles, he became a successful leader during the Civil Rights Movement and after his death, by guiding African Americans in a non-violent and positive direction for the fight to secure rights and equality for blacks.


Isaac Carmona
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01/18/2021

This speech was critical to the Civil Rights movement not only in his time, but still inspires change to this day. Dr. King demonstrated that you can make a change and push towards a dream, while protesting in a non-violent way. In conclusion, Dr. King's speech was important as it gained enough support and attention to warrant the passing of the Civil Rights Act.


Jesus Camacho
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72.199.57.80
01/18/2021

Martin Luther King, Jr., is known for his contributions to the American civil rights movement in the 1960s. His most famous work is his “I Have a Dream” speech, delivered in 1963, in which he spoke of his dream of a United States that is void of segregation and racism. Martin Luther King Jr. traversed the country in his quest for freedom. His involvement in the movement began during the bus boycotts of 1955. He advocated for peaceful approaches to some of society's biggest problems along with organizing a number of marches and protests.


Paola Martinez
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72.220.149.172
01/17/2021

Martin Luther King Jr. had a tremendous impact on the Civil Rights Movement that still affects us today. He was a symbol of hope towards minorities but more specifically African Americans. He achieved all that he did through non-violent protests- including the March on Washington, Montgomery Bus Boycott, Letter from Birmingham Jail and many others. He greatly pushed for equality of all races during such a segregated time where Jim Crow Laws were in full effect. There was a lot of violence mainly towards the colored community and he pushed the top officials to act on this big issue. After all the attention that MLK got, it forced the government to intervene and the Civil Rights Act passed, the ban of discrimination based on "race, color, religion, or national origin." That was a big turning point and it was a huge victory for minorities. MLK was the pillar for this movement, he stood up for what he believed in and fought for everyone.


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72.199.35.89
01/17/2021

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