How did MLK feel about women’s rights?

What did Martin give to the woman?

Martin later saw a young woman outside with a baby not properly dressed for the cold. He invited her in for some food and gave her warmer clothes and money. Martin also told her about Jesus and she thanked him and left.

Did MLK want equal rights?

was a social activist and Baptist minister who played a key role in the American civil rights movement from the mid-1950s until his assassination in 1968. King sought equality and human rights for African Americans, the economically disadvantaged and all victims of injustice through peaceful protest.

How did Martin Luther King feel about segregation?

King preached that segregation was harmful not only to black Americans but also to the nation as a whole. He died before the modern environmental movement, but a growing body of research around pollution and health shows that his belief about segregation hurting everyone extends to the environment as well.

Why did Martin invite the woman with baby inside his house?

Answer 7: The woman was carrying her baby. She was shabbily and sparsely dressed. On a very cold windy day, she did not have anything to wrap her baby around and the baby was crying, probably because of hunger. Seeing their plight, Martin invited them inside.

Why did Martin lost his purpose of life?

Martin lost his interest in living life because when he was a kid he lost his parents and after marriage his wife and now his only son purpose to life. He thought that it was useless to live when he had no one.

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