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Title: Gandhian non-violence and the civil rights movement
Authors: Dhawan, Sachin
Keywords: Non-violence
Civil Rights Movement
Issue Date: Dec-2018
Publisher: Seminar Magazine
Citation: Dhawan, S. (December, 2018). Gandhian non-violence and the civil rights movement. Seminar Magazine.Issue-712.
Description: Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. (King) was a path-breaker and a trailblazer in the arena of civil rights. When people think of the Civil Rights Movement (CRM) they associate King with the iconic flashpoints of the era: Montgomery, the March on Washington, Birmingham and Selma. Moreover, King is synonymous with the non-violent character of the CRM – indeed, many scholars have attributed the non-violent ethos of the movement to King’s incorporation of Gandhian ideals.
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