Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. is a well-known name in America. But his work as a Civil Rights Movement leader extended beyond changing the way the American people viewed each other. Dr. King was a pastor as much as he was a leader of a social movement. Birmingham Revolution author Ed Gilbreath explains how Dr. King helped the African American church lead a major social change in the 1960s.
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