Martin led the bus Boycott in 1955 that was sparked by Rosa Parks. He helped form the Southern Christian Leadership Conference in 1957 which was an organization that worked for Civil Right. He was the leader of the entire civil right movement in the 1960's that called to form wording out conflicts with kindness and love a opposed to hate violence. Martin fought for and achieved mandatory equal voting rights in america for blacks and whites. He led lunch center sit-ins where he and other blacks and whites demand equal treatment in restaurants for people of all races. His nonviolent peaceful actions demonstrates to the world that action without violence can be effective and successful. Because of Martin it is no longer legal in the United States to segregate or discriminate based on skin color. The standard has been set for all nations to treat everyone equally regardless of skin color, because of Martin Luther King Jr..
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