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A Living Letter

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One of the most significant calls to social transformation in American history sprang from a mood of deep frustration.  It was also written in a jail cell.  Martin Luther King, Jr., a young Baptist pastor from Atlanta, had come to Birmingham, Alabama in April 1963 to help coordinate non-violent marches and sit-ins to protest racism in the city known as… Read more »