In 1963 hundreds of ____ children marched along with King and others down the streets of downtown Birmingham. They were violently stopped by attack dogs, police officers, and firefighters.
In 1965 King won the ____ peace price.
She refused to give up her bus seat to a white person. As a result, she was arrested and jailed. (2 words)
In 1956 the United States ____ ____ ruled that segregation on public buses was not legal. (2 words)
King's life came to an end when he was ____ in 1968.
King led many of these, such as the one he led at an Atlanta department store lunch counter.
King spoke out against the war with this country that the United States was involved in. King believed it would not be right to protest against racial violence without also speaking against the violence of war.
King's memoir Stride Toward Freedom (1958) focused on the ____ boycott.
When King was only 6 he had an experience with this. The parents of two of his white friends said that King could not play with them because of his skin color.
In 1959 King went to this country to study Gandhi's ideas.