At only 25, Martin Luther King, Jr. helped organize the Montgomery Bus Boycott and was soon organizing black people across the country supporting voting rights, desegregation, and basic civil rights. Maintaining nonviolent, peaceful tactics, King also advocated for the poor and against racial and economic injustice.
- By Bonnie Bader, Who HQ and Elizabeth Wolf
- 112 pages
- Recommended for Grades 8-12