Martin Luther King, Jr., Quien Naci El 15 De Enero De 1929, Fue Un Clrigo Esta

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Martin Luther King, Jr., Quien Naci El 15 De Enero De 1929, Fue Un Clrigo Esta


Martin Luther King, Jr., quien naci el 15 de enero de 1929, fue un clrigo estadounidense y activista prominente en el movimiento de los derechos civiles de los afroamericanos. Su legado principal fue asegurar el progreso de los derechos civiles en EEUU, y se ha convertido en un cono de los derechos humanos.

King era un ministro bautista y se convirti en activista de los derechos civiles a principios de su carrera. [ETH]l dirigi el boicot a los autobuses de Montgomery en 1955 y ayud a fundar la Conferencia de Liderazgo Cristiano del Sur en 1957. Los esfuerzos de King dieron pie a la Marcha de Washington de 1963, donde King dio su discurso "Tengo Un Sue[+ or -]o". En 1964, King se convirti en la persona m[sz]s joven en recibir el Premio Nobel de la Paz por su trabajo para terminar con la segregacin y la discriminacin raciales mediante la desobediencia civil y otros medios sin violencia.

King fue asesinado el 4 de abril de 1968 en Memphis, Tennessee. Se le otorg de manera pstuma la Medalla Presidencial de la Libertad en 1977 y la Medalla de Oro del Congreso en 2004. …

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