10 Things You Might Not Have Known About Martin Luther King Jr.

Martin Luther King Jr was more than a novel speaker. He was an advocate, a civil rights leader, and a pillar of change.
Martin Luther King Jr. and his wife, Coretta Scot King. Image Source:

When walking down the humble street of Auburn Avenue, the charm of historical superiority isn’t initially apparent. There are corner stores, traditional restaurants, and even homes lining the suburban streets.

Artifacts of the Past

As you continue down the block, you come across a tall, brick structure that resembles an inner-city church. There are no elaborate statues, guards, or even murals. It wouldn’t be uncommon to see men and women dressed in typical Sunday attire congregating around it.

In fact, unless you were familiar with history, this church wouldn’t necessarily stand out. It isn’t until you walk through the chestnut oak doors and witness the magnitude of where you are standing.