Introduction - The civil rights movement succeeded because it had many brave organizers and supporters. Hundreds of men and women started local protests and initiatives that grew to national importance.
Chapter One - Franklin, Georgia. "You need to get up, now," the bus driver says, looking at fifteen-year-old Martin Luther King Jr. "These other folks need to sit down."
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Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. lived 14,325 days. These 10 shook his world, and yours.