The Autobiography of Martin Luther King, Jr - Chapter 14: The Sit-In Movement, Chapter 15: Atlanta Arrest and Presidential Politics, Chapter 16: The Albany Movement Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 14: The Sit-In Movement, Chapter 15: Atlanta Arrest and Presidential Politics, Chapter 16: The Albany Movement Summary and Analysis

King moves back to Atlanta and becomes co-pastor at Ebenezer. King continues to expand operations of the SCLC across the South. King is torn between too many obligations. In 1960, black students begin to stage sit-ins on college campuses. The sit-ins throughout the South catch the national attention. An all-white Southern jury try to put King in prison for ten years, but they eventually acquit him.

King meets John F. Kennedy as a Senator and meets him again after his election. They talk about the new needs of the country and Kennedy's support for civil rights. Kennedy is only intellectually but not yet morally committed to civil rights. King is arrested yet again on the spurious...

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