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11 Interesting And Little-Known Facts About Martin Luther King Jr.


Facts About Martin Luther King

Although Martin Luther King Jr. was only 39 at the time of his death, autopsy results revealed the he had the heart of a 60-year-old. Doctors believed this was a result of stress.


King’s original name was Michael King Jr.  In 1931, his father became pastor of Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta and adopted the name Martin Luther King Sr. When King was 6 years old, his father officially changed his name on his birth certificate to Martin Luther King Jr.

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  1. Neil Nelson says:

    Awesome article!

  2. Glester Thorpe says:

    I agree, I didn't know most of these things about the King.

  3. Chell Ray says:

    I enjoyed reading thise facts about MLK that MOST people don't know….

  4. They forgot the part that he was a government agent to counter Malcolmn X movement…like Ghundi

  5. Fjeud

  6. Wow you learn something new everyday

  7. you must be uneducated dumbass

  8. Great article on Dr. King

  9. Carol Travis Butler says:

    Wonderful to read these little known facts about Dr. King

  10. I did love reading these facts. Thank You.

  11. Bankie Grey-Johnson says:

    Outrageous!.. MLK's movement started before Malcolm's… and Ghandi was waaay before both of em.. do ur research before spewing garbage!

  12. Ill take it that this is new infomation for u all…Antron Dadrian Bailey and Bankir Grey-Johnson … I did the research and was shocked when i read it too. I hope u two can do the same and not call ppl name or assume it garbage…

  13. Greg Maddox, my uncles knew both Malcolm X and MLK before their passing.. To be honest, both men were killed by our gov't..

  14. Who Assassinated Him?

  15. I found out his real by making my son do a artical on MLK. . When I seen I was so baffled cuz dat was never mentioned b4

  16. Nayzeth Nicole Luna says:

    they forgot the part about i have dream or maybe i was lazy to read that part

  17. Wow that's good info about MLK

  18. They forgot the speech of mlk to have a dream

  19. I will always love Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and what he did not only for the Lord, but also for mankind. I can still remember the sadness that came over our house like a cloud on the fateful evening of April 4, 1968. For those who might be interested, this is one tribute to Dr. King. It looks at the tremendous pressures during what I call "The Passion Years":


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