Letter from Birmingham Jail.
The "Letter from Birmingham Jail" as a speech to the white Americans.
Martin Luther King wrote his "Letter from Birmingham Jail" in 1963, while being arrested for non-permitted parading in a protest against racial segregation in Birmingham, Alabama. In the letter, the biggest amount of criticism was addressed to the fellow clergymen and the Church that did not perceive the issue as an urgent one. I believe that one of the most significant issues King raises is the problem of indifference of the white Americans towards racial segregation and discrimination in the United States. In my essay…
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