Martin Luther King Jr

  • Birth name: Michael Luther King, Jr
  • American


Martin Luther King Jr was a Baptist minister, great orator and Civil Rights leader. He is notable for leading monumental social and political change through non-violent means. - AsNotedIn

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Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
Significant name King, Martin Luther, Jr, Historic District Atlanta
Significant name Dexter Avenue Baptist Church Montgomery
Significant name Pastorium, Dexter Avenue Baptist Church Montgomery
Significant name Martin Luther King, Jr Historic District (Boundary Increase) Atlanta
1929/01/15 Martin Luther King Jr is born at his grandparents home in an upstairs bedroom, 501 Auburn Ave Born Martin Luther King Jr National Historic Site Atlanta Martin Luther King Jr's Birthday
1939/12/15 Ebenezer Baptist Church Choir, an all-black boys choir directed by the Revend Martin Luther King Sr, sings at the premiere of Gone With The Wind Singer Gone with the Wind Degive's Grand Opera House Atlanta Gone with the Wind Premiere
1953/06/18 Coretta Scott marries Martin Luther King outside her parents' house in Heiberger, Alabama Groom
1958/02/11 Prohibited by the city from speaking publicly in Greensboro, Rev Martin Luther King delivers a speech, "A Realistic Look At Race Relations", at Annie Merner Pfeiffer Chapel, Bennett College. Speaker Bennett College Historic District Greensboro
1961/11/10 Martin Luther King Jr addresses an overflowing crowd in the Grand Ballroom, one of several places where spoke on his only visit to Seattle. Speaker Eagles Auditorium Building Seattle
1963/08/27 Martin Luther King Jr stays at the Willard, works on his speech for the March on Washington Author I have a Dream Willard Hotel Washington, DC
1963/08/28 Martin Luther King, Jr speaks on the second day of the Great March on Washington Author I have a Dream Lincoln Memorial Washington, DC March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom
1965/03/25 25,000 protesters arrive at the foot of the capitol steps on Dexter Ave in the Third Selma to Montgomery March. Protester Alabama State Capitol Montgomery
1968/00/00 Rev Dr Martin Luther King Jr preaches his last Sunday sermon from the Canterbury Pulpit Vocation Washington National Cathedral Washington, DC
1968/04/04 Martin Luther King Jr is assassinated by James Earl Ray Died The Lorraine Motel Memphis
1968/04/05 Mahalia Jackson sings "Take My Hand, Precious Lord" at King's funeral, Ebenezer Baptist Church. Memoriam Take My Hand, Precious Lord Martin Luther King Jr National Historic Site Atlanta Funerals of Martin Luther King Jr

1 Creative Work by Martin Luther King Jr »

Title Type Association Y/M/D Moniker
Title Type Association Y/M/D Moniker
I have a Dream Author Speech 1963/08/28

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