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    Born when Black people were controledby whites
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    The Life Of MLK

  • MLK Brother

    His brother named Alfred Daniel was born
  • King begins nursery school

    King begins nursery school
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    Baltimore Court rules Donald Murray must be admitted to white law school
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    WW2 Begins
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    Martin attends Booker T. Washington High School but leaves before graduation due to his acceptance and early admission in the Atlanta Morehouse College program for advanced placement
    April: C.O.R.E. (The Congress of Racial Equality) is founded by James Farmer
    The first lunch counter sit-ins took place in Chicago, Illinois at Jack Spratt's Coffee Shop
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    Martin attends the Yonge Street Elementary School. His education continued over the next few years at the David T. Howard Elementary School and the Atlanta University Laboratory School
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    Martin attends Booker T. Washington High School but leaves before graduation due to his acceptance and early admission in the Atlanta Morehouse College program for advanced placement
    April: C.O.R.E. (The Congress of Racial Equality) is founded by James Farmer
    The first lunch counter sit-ins took place in Chicago, Illinois at Jack Spratt's Coffee Shop
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    Martin Luther King attends Morehouse College in Atlanta.
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    "Freedom Riders" tested the laws of interstate bus travel in the segregated South
    Jackie Robinson became the first African-American to play major league baseball for the Brooklyn Dodgers
    Committee on Civil Rights under President Truman condemn racial injustices towards Blacks in America in a
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    Martin Luther King is appointed to serve as the assistant pastor at Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta.
    King graduates from Morehouse College in Atlanta with a B.A. in Sociology at the age of 19
    He begins attending Crozer Theological Seminary in Chester, Pennsylvania.
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    He graduates from Crozer with a Bachelor of Divinity degree at the age of 22
    Begins studying systematic theology as a graduate student at Boston University
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    Martin marries Coretta Scott at her parent’s home in Marion, Alabama. Coretta was the younger daughter of Obadiah and Bernice McMurray Scott
    The first bus boycott starts in Baton Rouge, Louisiana
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    U.S Supreme Court rules that racial segregation in the public schools of America was unconstitutional
    Martin Luther King is appointed pastor of the Dexter Avenue Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama.
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    U.S. Supreme Court orders desegregation of the public schools "with all deliberate speed"
    King earns his Ph.D. in Systematic Theology from Boston University
    Emmett Till, age 14, was tortured and lynched in Money, Mississippi
    Yoland Denise, King’s first child, is born at Montgomery, Alabama
    The Interstate Commerce Commission banned segregation in buses and all waiting rooms involved in interstate travel Martin Luther King becomes the president of the Montgomery Improve
  • Rosa Parks got arrested

    Rosa Parks got arrested
    Rosa Parks got arrested for not getting up out of the white people section and the bus driver called the police
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    Dr. Martin Luther King’s house is bombed, there are no injuries
    The Montgomery buses are desegregated and black passengers could legally take any seat on the city's buses
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    The Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC) is formed to form a strategy for ending segregation, and Martin Luther King is elected president.
    An unexploded bomb was discovered on the family's front porch
    Martin Luther King is featured on the cover of Time magazine.
    Visits Ghana in West Africa.
    At the Prayer Pilgrimage for Freedom at the Lincoln Memorial, King’s delivers his first national address entitled, “Give Us The Ballot.”
    Congress of the United States
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    Dr. King meets with President Eisenhower
    King’s book, Stride Toward Freedom: The Montgomery Story is published.
    Dr. King is stabbed by a woman while at a book signing in a department store in Harlem, New York
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    Martin Luther King and Coretta visit India as guests of Prime Minister Nehru
    King’s book, The Measure of a Man is published
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    King and his family move to Atlanta where he serves as assistant pastor to his father at Ebenezer Baptist Church
    President Eisenhower signs the Civil Rights Act of 1960 into law
    Dr. King is arrested for breaking the state of Georgia's trespassing law while picketing in Atlanta.
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    Their third child, Dexter Scott is born in Atlanta, Georgia
    An integrated group of 'Freedom Riders' left Washington, DC on Greyhound buses, and, upon arrival near Anniston, Alabama, the bus was burned, and the riders were beaten
    Martin Luther King meets with President Kennedy to gain his support for the civil rights movement.
    Dr. King and other protesters are arrested in Albany, Georgia
  • lead a March

    lead a March
    Him and other leaders Marched to Washington D.C.
  • MLK Got Shot In Memphis, Tennessee

    MLK a gunman murder MLK in Memphis, Tennessee