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  • {{epname|King, Martin Luther, Jr.}} ...ng-1964-leaning-on-a-lectern.jpg|thumb|200px|Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King addressing the press in 1964. "An eye for an eye makes the whole world blind".]]
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  • ...ght|250 px|[[Martin Luther King]] is perhaps most famous for his "I Have a Dream" speech, given in front of the Lincoln Memorial during the 1963 March on ...allenge the immoral system of racial segregation. The movement sought to address and rectify the generations-old injustices of racism by employing the me
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  • ...f Thich Nhat Hanh for the Nobel Peace Prize" letter by Martin Luther King, Jr., 1967.] Retrieved June 25, 2008.</ref> ...ừ Hiếu Temple, Thich Nhat Hanh received the “lamp transmission,” making him a Dharmacharya or Dharma Teacher, from Master Chân Thật.<ref name="l
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  • ...ated in [[New York City]], the administration of Democratic President [[Woodrow Wilson]] had made it clear that the guarantee of "fair and just treatment ...rica had accumulated more than $1 billion in wealth, and the ''self-help'' drive was being led strongly by [[Marcus Garvey]] and the [[Universal Negro Im
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  • ...osa Parks in 1955, with [[Martin Luther King, Jr.|Martin Luther King,&nbsp;Jr.]] in the background]] ...gainst [[racial segregation]] in history, and launched Martin Luther King, Jr., one of the organizers of the boycott, to the forefront of the Civil Right
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  • ...p://nl.newsbank.com/nl-search/we/Archives?p_product=AT&p_theme=at&p_action=search&p_maxdocs=200&p_topdoc=1&p_text_direct-0=1215879443CB5810&p_field_direct-0= ...000s. Between 2000 and 2006, the metropolitan area grew by 20.5 percent, making it the fastest growing [[metropolitan area]] in the nation.
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  • ...l rights leader. He did not follow the religious and political activism of King nor in the fiery ideas of Malcolm X. Instead, he believed it was only throu ...e make movies about Malcolm X, we get a holiday to honor Dr. Martin Luther King, but every day we live the legacy of Justice Thurgood Marshall."
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  • ...chel presenting Judaism and World Peace award to Dr. [[Martin Luther King, Jr.]]]] ...istians. His most influential works include ''Man is Not Alone'', ''God in Search of Man'', ''The Sabbath'', and ''The Prophets''. His theological works argu
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  • | caption = The groundbreaking of the [[African Burial Ground]], October 5, 2007 ...nd called her ''magnum opus''. Her volume of poetry, ''Just Give Me a Cool Drink of Water 'Fore I Diiie'' (1971) was nominated for the [[Pulitzer Prize]]
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  • ...s]] in 1977. The book and film were both successful, reaching a record-breaking 130 million viewers when it was serialized on television. ''Roots'' emphasi ...when it aired. Coming after the [[Civil Rights movement]], it continued to draw attention to the struggle of the early African [[slavery|slaves]].
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  • ...rsonal dictum: Never belong to only one woman. He was also an unapologetic drug user who set an example that would become emblematic of the bohemian jazz ...e Battlefield." His father, William Armstrong (b. 1881), abandoned his children when Louis was an infant. His mother, Mary Albert Armstrong (1886&ndash;1
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  • ...s one of the original Thirteen Colonies that rebelled against the [[United Kingdom]] and British rule in the [[American Revolutionary War]] . Founded by a ...ts movement]]. [[Atlanta]], Georgia, was home to Dr. [[Martin Luther King, Jr.]], and from 1920, the home of the annual conference for the [[National Ass
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  • ...ng the 1893 World’s Parliament of Religions. Although it is difficult to draw out the aims of the modern interreligious movement, which contains many d ...ing in South Africa, and also by the activism of Dr. [[Martin Luther King, Jr.]] (d. 1968), who involved Jews and Muslims as well as Christians in his ci
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  • ...orated in 1854, the same year in which [[railway|train]] service began, linking this remote parcel of land with [[Philadelphia]]. Atlantic City became a po ...of uncoordinated expansions. By 1914, the hotel’s owner, Daniel White, taking a hint from the Marlborough-Blenheim, commissioned the firm of Price and Mc
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  • [[Image:Vilhelm Pedersen, bójka ubt.jpeg|thumb|200 px|Brawling children]] ...th discipline, and strengthening the mind to pursue goals of value while taking care of the needs of the body so that it can serve the mind's goals.
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  • ...imply as the '''Dalai Lama''', without any qualifiers. The fifth of 16 children of a farming family in the [[Tibet]]an province of [[Amdo]], he was procl ...he Central Tibetan Administration (the Tibetan government in exile) and seeking to preserve Tibetan [[culture]] and [[education]] among the thousands of re
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  • Born in Brooklyn, [[New York]], Abraham Maslow was the first of seven children of [[Judaism|Jewish]] immigrants from [[Russia]]. His parents were uneduc * the need to drink and eat
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  • ...the southern Kingdom of Judah, he was called to prophesy in the northern [[Kingdom of Israel]], especially in [[Bethel]], one of Israel's ancient consecrat ...nied by right action is anathema to God (5:21ff.), and prophesied that the Kingdom of Israel would be destroyed (e.g. 5:1-2; 8:2).
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  • ...should be unless it comes in contact with all kinds of people. We all have dreams for our individual improvement; we all have our family life and we shou ...ce To America (VISTA). By the end of 1965, more than 2,000 members were working in the Appalachian region, migrant worker camps in California, and poor nei
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  • ...s]], [[The Almanac Singers]], [[Woody Guthrie]], [[Arlo Guthrie]], [[Tao Rodríguez-Seeger]], [[Lead Belly]] ...n March 2008 with his friend, the writer and musician [[Edward J. Renehan, Jr.|Ed Renehan]]]]
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