The Southern Christian Leadership Conference
This is the organization to which Dr. King was elected president.
Montgomery Bus Company
This is the organization whose segregationist policies led to the initial steps of civil rights protests.
Stride Toward Freedom: The Montgomery Story
This object describes a bus boycott.
Ebenezer Baptist Church
This is the place where both Dr. Martin Luther King, Sr., and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., worked.
The Student Non-Violent Coordination Committee
This program helped coordinate protests in 1960.
Letter from a Birmingham Jail
This object was a response to criticism received because of nonviolent protests.
This is the place of the "I Have a Dream" speech in 1963.
Nobel Peace Prize
Dr. King received this award in 1964.
This is described by Dr. King as an ironic situation since it was the one place where white and black boys were allowed to be together.
Poor People's Campaign
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