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Achievement▪ Luther King, civil rights activist from a young, organized and carried out various peaceful activities demanding the right to vote, non-discrimination and other basic civil rightsfor blackpeople in the United States. Among his most memorable actionsare the Montgomery Bus Boycott in 1955, his support for thefounding of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, in 1957 (of what would be itsfirst president) and the leadership of the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom, in 1963, at the end of which pronounced his famous speech "I Have a Dream" ("I have a dream '), through...
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