A dream of Equality

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Title: A dream of Equality
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Date: September 29, 1998
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Blacks all over Montgomery stopped using the public buses. In order to help the people that were boycotting to get to work, the Montgomery Improvement Association (MIA) organized a car pool. However, soon after the car pool started police began stopping the drivers, questioning, and arresting them...
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It wasn't long until King himself was arrested. Four days later when King got out of jail a stick of dynamite blew up his porch. King also was a victim of threatening phone calls. But King kept his idea of non-violent resistance and stopped an angry black mob from rioting by giving a speech saying "We must meet violence with nonviolence"( Page 25)...
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