A hundred years after the first Civil Rights laws were instituted, it was obvious that new efforts were needed to resurrect laws that would protect the rights of the American Negro. There is no doubt that by the nineteen-sixties American blacks had felt the time had come for equality and justice. Martin Luther King Jr. emerges as the main leader of this movement. This talk will force you over a spectrum of emotions. At times, you will be shaking your head in disbelief, sad, angry, proud, disheartened, and maybe brought to tears. Learn about this courageous man.