Answer to Question #168078 in History for Katrina Belanger

Question #168078

In reading Martin Luther King, Jr.'s Letter from Birmingham Jail, what parts of his letter do you feel are the most potentially influential in motivating those who are participating in the civil rights movement to become more fully committed to the cause?


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2021-03-02T06:26:09-0500

Influential part in Martin Luther King Jr.’s letter

The Birmingham letter was full of inspiration and motivation for people who participate in legal activities that advocate for justice. However, some parts were more influential, like when he defended his action to initiate a nonviolent movement and was meant to create awareness and resist racism (Augustine, 2017). Moreover, he encouraged people to act and fight for their rights as long as they are not violent and are peaceful. He gave people hope for the future to those who serve right. Martin Luther is not sorry for doing the right thing and wanted his imprisonment to act as a moral lesson to others.

References

 Augustine, J. C. (2017). The Fiery Furnace, Civil Disobedience, & the Civil Rights Movement: A Biblical Exegesis on Daniel 3 & the Letter from Birmingham Jail. Rich. Pub. Int. L. Rev., 21, 243.   


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