Martin Luther King was born on 15 Janury 1929 in Atlanta, Georgia. Michael Luther King was the name his father gave him from the first beginning. He had a seismic impact on race relations in the United States, beginning in the mid-1950s. Among his many efforts, King headed the Southern Christian Leadership Conference. Written on The Biography.com website as last updated on 28 April 2017.
They also write that “Martin Luther King Jr. earned a sociology degree from Morehouse College and attended the liberal Crozer Theological Seminary in Chester, Pennsylvania”. He was good at all his studies and was one of the school's best of those of the same age in 1951, he was elected as a college president. He had a scholarship for doctoral studies
.African American Baptist pastorn and the leader of the American civil rights movement, also writes that he had a dream and his dream was to end the violence in the world, and he dreamed also about equality between the white and colored.
Martin Luther king left a good legacy before he died. In 1964, martin hold a speech for 250,000 protestors to Washington, DC. Martin delivered his “I have a dream” speech in which he envisioned a world where people were no longer divided by race. The speech became so powerful, he had inspired many people, that Congress adopted the Civil Rights Act in 1964, They were when Martin Luther King was awarded the Nobel peace Prize. He also received Posthumously the Presidential Medal of Freedom, King is a symbol of the civil rights movement. His life and work symbolize the quest for equality and non-discrimination which is located in the heart of the American—and human—dream. written on Youthforhumanrights.org.
"I have a dream" the speech lasted for 17 minutes was released 28 August 1963, where he demanded equality between women and men and the end of discrimination. Speaking, from Lincoln Memorial's step in March in Washington for work and freedom, was a crucial moment for the US civil-law movement.
On www.ncronline.org they write that Martin has learned during the historic yearlong bus boycott in Montgomery, ala. “After Rosa Parks refused to sit in the back of the bus, broke the segregation law and was arrested on Dec. 1, 1955, the African-American leadership in Montgomery famously chose young Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. to lead their campaign.”