A man with many contributions

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The boycott in December of 1955 was one of the first nonviolent Negro demonstrations. This boycott was lead by Martin Luther King. He accepted the leadership of this demonstration. The boycott came about because of what had happened to Rosa Parks on the buses...
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The boycott in December of 1955 was one of the first nonviolent Negro demonstrations. This boycott was lead by Martin Luther King. He accepted the leadership of this demonstration. The boycott came about because of what had happened to Rosa Parks on the buses...
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