A King's Strategy

By Latondra Newton


It’s sometimes difficult for people of my generation, born after the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., to grasp the tremendous extent of his influence on American cultureand cultures around the world. We read about Dr. King’s leadership of the modern civil-rights movement in our schools, heard references to his philosophy of nonviolence from the pulpits of our churches, and listened to countless stories from our parents and grandparents about their pilgrimages to the March on Washington. By the time I turned 13, Dr. King was cemented in my mind as a true national treasurea larger-than-life statesman, hero and martyrbecause of what I’d heard from others.

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