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1963 and 2021: Then and Now

Fifty-Eight years on

Martin Luther King Jr. during the 1963 March on Washington: By Rowland Scherman — U.S. National Archives and Records Administration, Public Domain, Wikimedia commons

The date was April 16th of 1963, and Martin Luther King, Jr. sent out his now-famous “Letter from Birmingham Jail.” This iconic historical document was issued to his fellow clergymen as he languished under lock and key in the Birmingham City Jail. The letter provides historical context regarding the social and philosophical background leading to the birth and rise of the civil…




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