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RACE + HISTORY

The Four Steps King Said We Need to Make NonViolent Action Succeed

Collection of the facts, negotiation, self-purification, and direct action are still relevant

Martin Luther King Jr. Arrested in Montgomery Alabama 1958 | Photo Credit | WikiCommons

As Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. peacefully protested racial segregation and discrimination, police arrested Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. 29 times. The…

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Allison Gaines

Allison Gaines

Womanist Scholar ♥︎ bylines @ Zora, Level, Momentum, GEN, EICCultured, AfroSapiophile, CoFounder of #WEOC allisonthedailywriter.com ☕️ ko-fi.com/allyfromnola

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