1. Martin Luther King was one of the leaders of the 1963 March on Washington, where he delivered his "I Have a Dream" speech on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial.
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17. In 1951, Martin Luther King began doctoral studies in systematic theology at Boston University.
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18. In Boston, Martin Luther King befriended a small cadre of local ministers his age, and sometimes guest pastored at their churches, including Michael Haynes, associate pastor at Twelfth Baptist Church in Roxbury.
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25. On May 4, 1960, several months after his return, Martin Luther King drove writer Lillian Smith to Emory University when police stopped them.
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26. On May 7, 1964, Martin Luther King spoke at Saint Francis College's "The Negro and the Quest for Identity," in Biddeford, Maine.
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29. In 1967, Martin Luther King gave a famous speech at the Riverside Church in New York City, his first to publicly question the US involvement in Vietnam.
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39. FBI having concluded that Martin Luther King was dangerous due to communist infiltration, attempts to discredit Martin Luther King began through revelations regarding his private life.
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