"Martin Luther King, Jr."

The reason we celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. day is because Martin
Luther King Jr., a Clergy and Civil Rights Activist, made it clear to all
Americans that all men are equal, white or black.
Rosa Parks was on a bus one day when a white man asked her to move and
give him her seat. She was arrested after she constantly refused to let the man
have the seat. This formed the beginning of a boycott. Martin Luther King Jr.
was chosen to lead the bus boycott. The boycott was held because black people
were forced to sit in the back of the bus. He told all the black people not to
ride the bus.
Martin Luther King Jr. was sent to jail for this 381-day boycott. His
house was bombed, and he was constantly threatened by death. Then, he made his
famous "I have a dream" speech, which motivated thousands of people around the
United States. Martin Luther King was assasinated in 1968.
Martin Luther King Jr. is not only remembered for his acts, but also
because he fought back non-violently, and also stopped many black riots. For all
of this, we remember him on Martin Luther King Jr.'s Day.