Luther King Jr. ran 13 years of leadership for the modern American Civil rights
movements from 1955 – 1968 and he achieved more genuine progress
toward cultural equality in America than the earlier 350 years had produced.
Dr. King is extensively considered as America’s pre-eminent activist of non-violence
and utmost non-violent leaders in world history. Martin Luther King Jr.
was Specially noticed in the year 1967, April 28th when he gave an
outstanding speech “I have a Dream”.