Letter from MLK Regarding Chicago Movement Efforts, Torn Document

Abstract

With a future of brotherhood, freedom and harmony among all at the core of the fight for democracy, Dr. King, in this excerpt, stresses the need for support in the fight against injustice.

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Letter from MLK Regarding Chicago Movement Efforts, Torn Document
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Chicago agreement organizes the city's outstanding church, business, labor and social organizations to supervise and stimilate city agencies to change. We are trying to lift up not only the Negro but the nation because the exixtence of injustice degrades both. In this massive program we have no government funds. We are funded by people of good will, Negro and white, who will no longer tolerate prejudice, hate and poverty in their nation. AMEN! We're very grateful to you and your coworkers for All your efforts! (which includes the Chicago marches) MORE power to you Both hite and Black. With warmest good wishes, Martin Luther zking, Jr. Please make check payable to SCLC.
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