To Kill A Mockingbird and Martin L. King Jr.

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To Kill A Mockingbird and  Martin L. King Jr.

Martin helped blacks with their rights with his "I Have A Dream" speech, similar to Atticus when Scout asked him why he don't stop defending Tom when he is getting teased, he says "Because I could never ask you to mind me again. Scout, simply by the nature of the work, every lawyer gets atleast one case that effects them peronally. This one is mine, I guess."

To Kill A Mockingbird and Martin L. King Jr.

Atticus and Martin influenced and changed the times they were in because they both stood up for what they believed in, knowing the consquences. Therefore, both Atticus and Martin both made a difference.

They both stood tall at there post or stand knowing the consequences.

Atticus Finch

Martin Luther King Jr. January 15, 1929 – April 4, 1968

Atticus and Martin were both hunted after what they did. Atticus' son Jem recieved a broken arm and was knocked out cold on his way home with Scout and Martin just entered his house when he was killed. They knew there was a punishment, but still risked it anyways.

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To Kill A Mockingbird - was set in Maycomb County, an imaginary district in southern Alabama. The time is the early 1930s, the years of the Great Depression when poverty and unemployment were widespread in the United States.Martin Luther King Jr. - "I Have a Dream Speech" was in 1963, Martin Luther King Jr., delivered a speech to a massive group of civil rights marchers gathered around the Lincoln memorial in Washington DC.

Atticus - LawyerMartin - American Pastor


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