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Jump Back in Time 經濟大蕭條與第二次世界大戰  (1929-1945)
Domestic servants waiting for the streetcar, 1939.
公務員一大早排隊等著搭電車上班 (喬治亞州亞特蘭大市,攝於1939年)

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公民權利領袖馬丁‧路德‧金恩二世 (Martin Luther King Jr.) 出生


If you wanted to protest something, how would you go about it? What's the best strategy? The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. believed in the use of peaceful demonstrations, acting with love and calm. Born on January 15, 1929, in Atlanta, Georgia, King became 20th century America's most compelling and effective civil rights leader. He entered the civil rights movement, which worked toward political and social equality for people of all races, in 1955. By that time, he was already a Baptist minister, a husband, and a father.

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