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James Earl Ray
   assassinated   
Martin Luther King Jr
Ray died in prison of liver failure April 23rd, 1998.
1963
   Time 'Person of the Year' was   
Martin Luther King Jr.
American civil rights leader, the following year he became the youngest person to win a Nobel Peace prize. Assassinated in 1968.
1968
   was the year   
Martin Luther King Was Assassinated
American civil rights leader, shot allegedly by James Earl Ray.
Martin Luther King Jr
   said   
"At the Centre of Non-violence Stands the Principle of Love"
Nobel Prize winner 1964
Martin Luther King Jr
   said   
"I Have Decided to Stick With Love. Hate is Too Great a Burden to Bear"
Nobel Prize winner 1964
1964
   the winner was   
Martin Luther King
Leader of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference; 1929-1968
Martin Luther King Jr.
   was born on   
January 15, 1929
American civil rights leader, assassinated in 1968
Martin Luther King Day (U.S.A.)
   is held on   
Third Monday in January
Federal Holiday
Martin Luther King Jr
   said   
"Let No Man Pull You Low Enough to Hate Him"
American civil rights leader
Martin Luther King Jr
   said   
"We Must Learn to Live Together As Brothers or Perish Together As Fools"
Martin Luther King
   lifespan was   
1929-1968
Assassinated American civil rights leader; winner, Nobel Peace Prize, 1964
Martin Luther King Jr
   said   
"In the End, We Will Remember Not the Words of Our Enemies, but the Silence of Our Friends"
One of the main leaders of the American civil rights movement
Martin Luther King Jr
   said   
"Nothing in the World is More Dangerous Than Sincere Ignorance and Conscientious Stupidity"
One of the main leaders of the American civil rights movement
1929
   was the year   
Martin Luther King Was Born
American civil rights leader, Jan. 15
Martin Luther King Memorial
   was designed by   
Robert Kelly
Robert Kelly designed the sculpture and fountain situated in Seattle, Washington.
Martin Luther King Jr.
   is buried in   
Martin Luther King Center, GA, USA
Civil rights leader, assassinated, 1968; Atlanta, Georgia
Martin Luther King Jr
   wrote   
Why We Can't Wait
Includes the famous Letter From Birmingham Jail, 1964
Martin Luther King
   has the epitaph   
"Free at Last. Free at Last. Thank God Almighty I'm Free At Last"
1929
   was the year   
Martin Luther King Was Born
American civil rights leader, Jan. 15
1968
   was the year   
Martin Luther King Was Assassinated
American civil rights leader, shot allegedly by James Earl Ray.
I Have a Dream
   was released by   
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
1963 - inducted in 2012
Martin Luther King, Jr.
   is featured in the biography   
I May Not Get There With You
Michael Eric Dyson, 2001
Martin Luther King, Jr
   died in   
1968 aged 39 from a Gunshot
Nobel laureate, minister, civil rights activist American
Martin Luther King, Jr.
   was born in   
Atlanta, U.S.A.
15th January 1929
"We Have to Make an Effort to Understand, to Get Beyond, or Go Beyond These Rather Difficult Times."
   is an extract from the   
Remarks on the Assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr. (1968)
Robert F. Kennedy. April 4, 1968 - Indianapolis, IN.
"Why I Oppose the War in Vietnam"
   was released by   
Martin Luther King, Jr.
1971 - Best Spoken Word Album
Tet Offensive, Robert Kennedy & Martin Luther King, Jr. Assassinated
   are all   
Major Events of 1968
Martin Luther King, Jr.
   is featured in the biography   
Bearing the Cross
David J. Garrow, 1987 Pulitzer Prize for Biography
"Martin Luther King, Jr."
   was released by   
LeVar Burton
2000 - Best Spoken Word Album
"I May Not Get There With You. But I Want You to Know, Tonight, That We, As a People, Will Get to the Promised Land."
   is an extract from the   
Martin Luther King's Final Speech (1968)
"Like anybody, I would like to live a long life.... But I'm not concerned about that now. I just want to do God's will...."






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